Commentary: Public records law unfulfilled, not ‘unfunded’

This week is Sunshine Week, a time each year when advocates for public accountability assess progress toward prying open the government, and chart what progress remains. In Massachusetts, the list of needed fixes is long.

Burt Glass named new Executive Director of the New England Center...

Burt Glass, the executive director of the Center for Investigative Reporting in California from 1999 to 2007, joins NECIR with more than 20 years of experience in nonprofit management, development, communications, and strategy.

NECIR selects 18 Baltic reporters for investigative reporting collaboration

Eighteen journalists from Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia will participate in investigative reporting collaboratives overseen by the New England Center for Investigative Reporting (NECIR) and the University of South Carolina (USC).

Burrell joins The Eye with focus on radio investigations

BOSTON – Award-winning journalist Christopher Burrell will join the New England Center for Investigative Reporting this month as a reporter for its online news site...

Investigations by The Eye and WBUR receive three regional Murrow Awards

Investigations by The Eye and news partner WBUR public radio received this week three Edward R. Murrow awards for excellence from the Radio Television...

Event: WGBH & NECIR Present a Conversation on Wrongful Imprisonment

Join WGBH and the New England Center for Investigative Reporting (NECIR) on November 21 for a discussion on wrongful imprisonment. What does society owe...

Singer joins NECIR, WGBH as investigations editor

Signaling a growing partnership, WGBH News and the nonprofit New England Center for Investigative Reporting (NECIR) hired Paul Singer, formerly an editor with USA...

NECIR wins two Regional Murrow Awards for radio

An investigation into illicit massage parlors and a series about a man’s life after being wrongfully imprisoned for 38 years earned the New England...

NECIR wins national public service journalism award 

A radio series about a wrongfully convicted man’s effort to rebuild his life after nearly four decades in prison earned the New England Center...

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