We have a rare opening at the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism, as Kate Golden, our beloved and multitalented multimedia director, exits to Australia. If you’re interested in succeeding her, we want to talk with you about our newly fashioned position: Data and Visual Director.
On this week’s episode of Precious Lives, a two-year project examining gun violence among young people in the Milwaukee area and statewide, reporters Kate Golden and Sean Kirkby visit the Madison area’s Allied Drive Boys and Girls Club to ask children what they know about guns. The reporters found that nearly all of the young people they talked to had some level of experience with guns.
Republican Attorney General Brad Schimel noted the danger of tinkering with transparency at the summit he convened July 29 on open government. “Messing with open government laws is like touching the third rail,” Schimel said. “I think that lesson has been learned recently.”
Multimedia Director and Reporter Kate Golden, who helped transform the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism from a scrappy startup into an award-winning news organization, is heading to Australia.
Award-winning journalist Dee J. Hall, whose investigations unearthed one of the largest political scandals in Wisconsin history and exposed injustices against vulnerable residents, is joining the staff of the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism to lead its daily news operations.
The award-winning Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism is seeking to hire its first public engagement and marketing intern.
The paid intern will assist the Associate Director in engaging the Center’s audiences through social media, events and other outreach, and working to increase and track the reach and impact of WisconsinWatch.org reports.
Nominations are being sought for the fifth annual Distinguished Wisconsin Watchdog Award, recognizing an individual’s extraordinary contributions to open government or investigative journalism in Wisconsin.
The Wisconsin Newspaper Association Foundation has awarded a $10,000 grant to the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism to support production of award-winning investigative reporting and training of current and future generations of investigative journalists.
Award-winning journalist Ron Seely, nationally recognized for his expertise in science and environmental reporting, is joining the staff of the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism as a reporter, editor and student mentor.
The Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism swept the “Best Innovative Feature” category and took home five other awards at the Milwaukee Press Club’s annual awards celebration on Friday night. The Center was honored with two gold awards, four silver and two bronze in the club’s Awards for Excellence in Wisconsin Journalism, the state’s premiere all-media journalism competition.
U.S. District Judge Lynn Adelman, the chief author of Wisconsin’s Open Records Law and a strong advocate of the Open Meetings Law, has been named the 2013 recipient of the Distinguished WisconsinWatch.orgdog Award.