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IRE and NICAR offer several opportunities for members and even non-members to exchange ideas, information, techniques and war stories. Joining is easy and, if you don’t want the e-mails coming directly to you, you can review listserv archives at your leisure.
The IRE-L Mailing List serves as a forum on the techniques of investigative reporting and ideas for investigative stories. It also acts as a posting board for new developments at IRE. Access listserv archives.
The IRE-Plus Mailing List serves as a forum for the discussion of techniques related to investigative reporting. Members seeking advice in a specific area or on a special project can find help here. It also acts as a posting board for new developments at IRE. (This is a members-only Listserv, which means only IRE members may subscribe.) Access listserv archives.
The NICAR-L Mailing List serves as a forum for the discussion of subjects related to computer-assisted reporting. It also acts as a posting board for new developments at NICAR, including seminar announcements and database information. Access listserv archives.
NICAR-ESP-L es una lista de correo donde periodistas que prefieren comunicar en español podrían discutir temas sobre periodismo de datos. También, funciona como un tablero de fijación para las organizaciónes de IRE y NICAR – donde van a informar a Uds. sobre sus eventos en el futuro y los bases de datos que archivan. Los archivos de la lista NICAR-ESP-L están aquí.
The CENSUS-L was started as an offshoot of NICAR-L. Discussion is primarily about the Census, but there may be talk about mapping as well.
CFIC-L is an electronic mailing list for discussion of campaign finance reporting tools and techniques. It also offers the latest news from the Campaign Finance Information Center.
The IRE-EDU Mailing List serves as a forum for journalism educators, particularly for those teaching public affairs, investigative or computer-assisted reporting. (This is a members-only listserv.) Access listserv archives.
The IREBC-L Mailing List serves as a forum for IRE’s broadcast members and allows discussion of investigative techniques and concerns among broadcasters. (This is a members-only listserv.) Access listserv archives.