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ProPublica Garners Pulitzer

An article by Sheri Fink, of MacArthur grantee ProPublica, received a Pulitzer Prize for investigative reporting. Read More

High-tech Media, Old-style Issues

Los Angeles Times
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Researchers Trace Data Theft to Intruders in China

MacArthur grantee The Citizen Lab documents how a China-based spy operation hacked into personal computers in government offices on several continents. Read More

"Bad News"

From the Columbia Journalism Review
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MacArthur Provides $2.2 Million to Support Long-Term Relief Efforts in Haiti

MacArthur is investing nearly $2.2 million to support long-range needs in the areas of health and communications. Read More

Exposing Bad Journalism

MacArthur grantee NewsTrust, a nonprofit website that allows people to rate the quality of news articles, teams up with Stanford journalism students to highlight stories with serious flaws. Read More

Plugging the Gap

American Journalism Review
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“Survey Finds Slack Editing on Magazine Websites”

A MacArthur-supported survey by the Columbia Journalism Review on the profitability of magazine websites finds that fact-checking and editing standards vary widely among the sites. Read More

New Documentary Explores Nuclear Dangers

Nuclear Tipping Point examines contemporary nuclear dangers and features interviews. Read More

Documentary Examines Regional Air Carriers

MacArthur grantees the Investigative Reporting Workshop at American University and PBS’ Frontline broadcast their first co-production, “Flying Cheap,” a documentary about the working conditions at regional air carriers.  Watch video. Read More

Inside & Out

Chicago Public Radio offers a six-month series of personal stories, investigative reports, interviews, analysis, photo essays and community events about young people and juvenile justice in Illinois. Read More

Amazon, Apple, and Caravan

The Atlantic
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Helping Local Broadcasters Get Back on the Air in Haiti

In the wake of the earthquake, Internews has been helping Haitian media by providing technical equipment to help communicate critical information, such as where to go for food, water, and shelter. Designed to help provide trusted ... Read More

A Street-Level Campaign Intends to Take on Bigotry

Chicago News Cooperative
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