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'Worth holding on to': Finding community and hope at NICAR24

NICAR24 was more than just an annual gathering of journalists to learn new data skills or network with fellow reporters and editors in Baltimore. It was also a reunion for a shared community and a wellspring for hope during a tumultuous time for the news industry.
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IRE selects 8 newsrooms for latest Total Newsroom Training cohort

These eight newsrooms will receive custom, grant-funded watchdog training in 2024 through IRE’s Total Newsroom Training program.
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IRE's 2023 Chauncey Bailey JOC Investigative Reporting Fellows publish their projects

See the investigations from IRE's 2023 Chauncey Bailey Journalist of Color Investigative Reporting Fellows
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IRE announces 50th Anniversary Task Force

(March 6, 2024) COLUMBIA, Missouri — Investigative Reporters and Editors (IRE), the largest professional journalism association in the United States, is launching a new initiative to mark the upcoming 50th […]
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NICAR24: Things to do in Baltimore

Here's your NICAR24 travel guide for dining, nightlife and sightseeing in Baltimore during free time outside of conference sessions.
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Get ready for Sunshine Week

IRE is proud to partner with Sunshine Week to help shine a light on the importance of public records and open government.
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Here's your NICAR24 Lightning Talks lineup

The results are in! Here's the lineup for Lightning Talks at the NICAR24 conference in Baltimore.
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Covering the 2024 elections? Here are some tips and resources from IRE experts

Like many reporters across the U.S., Votebeat Texas reporter Natalia Contreras has been preparing for the 2024 elections since last year. It’s a momentous election year, to say the least. […]
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IRE offers support to journalists affected by industry layoffs

Investigative Reporters and Editors (IRE) shares in the disappointment and sadness across our industry in the wake of recent layoffs at well-known traditional news outlets and in many smaller markets, […]
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Follow the money: New webinar series explores how to cover the business of health care

The Association of Health Care Journalists and Investigative Reporters and Editors are collaborating on a free webinar series called “Follow the Money: The Business of Health Care.” Sponsored by the NIHCM Foundation.
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