O’Brien Fellowship in Public Service Journalism – Deadline Extended  

The O’Brien Fellowship in Public Service Journalism is extending its deadline for potential fellows in the 2020-2021 academic year to March 4, 2020. Below is an overview of what you can expect from this fellowship: Reporters from around the country have partnered with the O’Brien Fellowship to produce great investigative/explanatory projects annually since 2013. Their journalism has…

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Investigative Producer

ABC7-DC seeks an enterprising and aggressive Investigative Producer to join our 7 On Your Side investigative and consumer unit. Knowledge of the FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) process, computer-assisted reporting, and data-driven reporting is required along with familiarity of legal issues related to investigative television news reporting. Strong writing skills and knowledge of current events…

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Technology Reporter

If you are a multimedia journalist who marvels at how technology is shaping the future and is fascinated by the decisions society has to make to capture the benefit of innovation while balancing the influence of corporate interests, malign hackers or states, major industry creation and disruption, app jobs and automation, you might be the…

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Economy Reporter

If you are a journalist who always knows the latest unemployment rate and can explain what difference Wall Street makes to my life as a Californian, you might be the next economy reporter at CalMatters. This is not a business reporter job, but this reporter knows what motivates business. This job is about helping people…

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Higher Education Reporter

If you’re a journalist who thinks college is the key to the future, the place where researchers invent life-changing new technologies, where the workforce of tomorrow is taking shape and where young people can gain the skills for a better life, you might be the next higher education reporter at CalMatters. This is a significant…

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IRE Radio Podcast | Broken Breath Tests

Police rely on alcohol breath tests to convict drunken drivers. But what happens when the machines they use aren’t reliable? Stacy Cowley of The New York Times looked into the problem of faulty breath test machines and found thousands of cases where the tests were thrown out. On this episode, Stacy breaks down how she…

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Staff Writer

FairWarning (www.fairwarning.org), a nonprofit investigative news organization based in Southern California, is seeking a staff writer to join our dedicated, hard-working team. We’re looking for a person who shares our sense of mission, with strong news judgment, a deft writing touch and a demonstrated ability to handle detailed investigative and explanatory stories. FairWarning, which has…

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Director of Research

Founded in 1981 in partnership with whistleblowers, the Project On Government Oversight (POGO) is a nonpartisan independent watchdog that works to expose waste, corruption, abuse of power, and other instances where the government fails to serve the public. We champion reforms to achieve a more effective, ethical, and accountable federal government that safeguards constitutional principles.…

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