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The Other Silverdocs

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Investigative News Network Joins Reuters One-Stop News Shop Media Platform

Thomson Reuters has added Investigative News Network – a MacArthur grantee – to its media platform as part of its mission to create a one-stop news shop for publishers and broadcasters globally. Read More

Half the Sky

ITVS and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting will fund and produce a television special and multi-platform project based on the book, Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide. Read More

Media Cloud Dashboard Answers Online Content Questions

Harvard's Berkman Center for Internet & Society has launched an open source, open data platform called Media Cloud Dashboard. Read More

MacArthur-Supported Documentary Draws Attention and Reform in Mexico

A Mexican appeals court overturned a judge's order to halt screenings of the MacArthur-supported documentary film "Presumed Guilty," which identifies problems in the nation's justice system. Read More

ProPublica Wins Pulitzer Prize

ProPublica reporters Jesse Eisinger and Jake Bernstein were awarded a Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting for their stories on how some Wall Street bankers at first delayed, then worsened, the financial crisis. Read More

The Edge of Joy

A MacArthur-supported documentary focused on Nigeria's maternal mortality rate – the second-highest in the world – has been selected as the debut film for the new Economist Film Project Read More

Moth Radio Hour Wins Peabody Award

The Moth Radio Hour – a production dedicated to live storytelling and supported by MacArthur – has won a 2010 Peabody Award, Read More

PBS Frontline Investigates U.S. Campaign of Targeted Killing

PBS FRONTLINE, a MacArthur grantee, carries out an in-depth investigation into the United States’ unprecedented campaign of targeted killing. Read More

Pushing the Elephant

This new MacArthur-supported documentary by Arts Engine follows the life of Ruth Mapendo, a Congolese refugee who fled to the U.S. with nine of her 10 children when ethnic violence broke out there in the ... Read More