FAQ: How to log in and join the #IRE20 conference

Welcome to the virtual #IRE20 conference! If you’ve already registered, here’s what you need to know to access the conference.  (If you still need to register, you can do that online and then follow the instructions below)   Getting started & accessing the virtual conference software The IRE20 virtual conference is online at ire20.pathable.co. We…

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Register in July for special $175 rate for IRE 2020 virtual conference

Registration is open for IRE’s virtual 2020 national conference, which will feature keynote speaker Ronan Farrow and more than 100 sessions, including numerous opportunities for networking and socializing during the Sept. 21-25 event. Register by the end of July to secure the early-bird rate of $175 for professionals. Registration rises to $200 in August and…

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IRE national conference goes virtual, enabling global attendance

Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the 2020 IRE conference will be a virtual event rather than an in-person gathering. For the first time, attendees across the United States and around the world will be able to participate in the signature investigative reporting event via a secure, interactive digital platform. “We’re disappointed not to be…

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Sign up for special training at the 2015 CAR Conference

If you’re planning on attending the 2015 CAR Conference make sure to check out the special workshops and training opportunities that require pre-registration. You can learn more about each of these events by visiting our Special Training page, but here’s a look at some of our offerings.   Techraking 10 <=: Bootstrapping the News Sponsor:…

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The road to health is paved with good data

This was originally published on the ProPublica Nerd Blog. By Ryann Grochowski Jones, ProPublica I think I’m a decent arbiter of people’s appreciation of data. I worked at IRE’s data library as a grad student and I’ve attended four consecutive NICAR conferences. At ProPublica, I work with complex data sets every day. I help run…

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IRE/AAJA announce partnership for conferences

  The Asian American Journalists Association and Investigative Reporters and Editors are creating a unique opportunity for members of both organizations to take advantage of the training offered at three national events in 2014: IRE’s Computer-Assisted Reporting Conference in Baltimore in late February, IRE’s annual conference in San Francisco in June and the AAJA National…

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