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Center for Investigative Reporting, 2012 MacArthur Award for Creative & Effective Institutions

Center for Investigative Reporting produces and disseminates compelling multimedia stories to engage the public and spark policy change. Read More

Bill Moyers Returns to TV, but Not With PBS

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Bill Moyers Returns to TV

The renowned journalist returned from retirement to host the MacArthur-supported show "Moyers & Company." Read More
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NBC Partners with Nonprofit News Outlets

Ten NBC-owned television stations are partnering with several MacArthur-supported nonprofit news organizations to help strengthen their enterprise and analytical reporting. Read More

Grant Boosts Series, Center

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American Public Media Receives Funding to Expand "Citizen Sources"

The Corporation for Public Broadcasting awarded $4.1 million to MacArthur grantee American Public Media, to expand its network of unpaid "citizen sources" that help provide local news coverage. Read More

Chicago Public Schools Adopts New Digital Citizenship Curriculum

Chicago Public Schools adopted MacArthur grantee Common Sense Media's Digital Literacy and Citizenship Classroom Curriculum in compliance with state rules for annual, age-appropriate Internet safety instruction. Read More

Engaging the Public Domain

The International Journal of Learning and Media devoted an entire issue to the changing relationships between learning and media across a wide range of forms and settings. Read More
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MacArthur Awards Documentary Film Grants

Following an open call for applications, MacArthur awarded a total of $1.23 million to eight documentary film projects. Read More
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The Interrupters

This MacArthur-supported film follows three violence interrupters, members of CeaseFire, who have credibility on the streets because of their own personal histories, as they try to protect their Chicago communities from the violence they once employed. Read More