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The Arizona Newspapers Association recognized AZCIR’s reporting with top honors at the 2016 Better Newspaper Contest. AZCIR was awarded second place for overall community service and journalistic achievement for daily news organizations, and took home four individual awards.
PHOENIX – The Arizona Center for Investigative Reporting, the state’s only nonprofit newsroom dedicated to statewide investigative and accountability reporting, was awarded a third round of operational funding from the Ethics and Excellence in Journalism Foundation.
The $100,000 grant will support AZCIR’s ongoing efforts to expand original and collaborative reporting in Arizona, with an emphasis on data, and to increase its focus on using technology and computer programming to free more public records.
The grant includes an initial installment of $75,000 of operational funding, and provides an additional opportunity for $25,000 in matching funds. AZCIR will have one year to raise $25,000, which EEJF will then match.
An explosion of “dark money” spending dominated Arizona’s 2014 election cycle, when groups that don’t disclose their donors spent millions, mostly to help elect now-Gov. Doug Ducey, two utility regulators and a handful of lawmakers. AZCIR made a bot to track it on Twitter.
PHOENIX — The Arizona Center for Investigative Reporting, the state’s only nonprofit newsroom dedicated to statewide investigative journalism, has received a $25,000 grant from the Arizona Community Foundation.
The Arizona Center for Investigative Reporting has partnered with the Public Insight Network Bureau to experiment with community engagement following AZCIR original investigations. We're testing this comment-based map to engage readers about important topics, which...
The Arizona Center for Investigative Reporting, a nonprofit investigative newsroom that focuses on statewide accountability reporting, has received a second round of funding from the Ethics and Excellence in Journalism Foundation. The $100,000 grant will help AZCIR continue its data analysis service for partner newsrooms while growing the Center’s capacity to produce multimedia-rich content across media platforms.
The Arizona Center for Investigative Reporting, an independent, investigative newsroom launched in 2012, has been awarded nonprofit 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status by the Internal Revenue Service.
Evan Wyloge, an award-winning investigative reporter and new media specialist, is joining the staff of the Arizona Center for Investigative Reporting as a senior reporter.
The Arizona Center for Investigative Reporting, a statewide nonprofit investigative journalism organization, has received a grant from the Ethics and Excellence in Journalism Foundation. The grant will help fund AZCIR’s daily operations and further develop its data analysis service.
Part of our mission at the Arizona Center for Investigative Reporting is to bring transparency to our public officials through accountability reporting. At times, it can be a daunting task to collect, analyze and make sense of the data and public records that are made...