Category: Democracy & Government
DescriptionThe Institute’s Wayne Barrett Investigative Fund looks to produce high-impact investigative reporting that holds the powerful accountable. Barrett, a long-term reporter at the Village Voice newspaper was “dreaded if not loathed” by public officials he covered. The Fund supports ambitious reporting projects focused on politics and corruption in both New York City and on the national stage. The Fund is designed to enable talented journalists working in print or on digital or broadcast platforms to produce deeply reported investigative projects with strong editorial guidance and support. Priority will be given to projects that build on Barrett’s previous reporting. Additional information including program guidelines and application instructions can be found on the Web site.
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