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Florida Center for Investigative Reporting
A pioneer bilingual investigative nonprofit
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MIAMI, FLORIDA — When the Florida Center for Investigative Reporting (FCIR) received a $100,000 grant from the Ethics and Excellence in Journalism Foundation in September of 2010, it marked the launch of Florida’s first nonprofit bilingual online investigative reporting organization. Located at the International Media Center at Florida International University, FCIR is emerging as a leader in investigative news and an innovator in bringing relevant information on government corruption and waste to the state’s Spanish-speaking communities.
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Florida Center for Investigative Reporting Data
Name: Florida Center for Investigative Reporting
URL: fcir.org
City: Miami
State:
Florida

Type of Coverage:
Investigative

Year Founded:
2010

Staff Size:
2-5 Editorial
2-5 Business

Active Volunteers:
None

Business Type:
Nonprofit

Institutional Support:
Ethics & Excellence in Journalism Foundation
Other Foundation

Revenue Sources:
Local Ads
National Ads
Donations
Endowment
Grants
Sponsorships
Syndicated Content
Training

 
Principal Staff: Trevor Aaronson, associate director; Mc Nelly Torres, associate director.
Affiliations: Fund for Investigative Journalism, Society of Environmental Journalists, Center on Media, Crime and Justice, Florida NPR, Centro de Periodismo Investigativo in Puerto Rico
CMS: Wordpress
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