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Berkeley Journalism launches COVID-19 California reporting initiative with The New York Times 

April 6, 2020

Berkeley Journalism has joined forces with The New York Times to help meet the need for comprehensive reporting on how the novel coronavirus crisis is affecting California.

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FRONTLINE and Associated Press investigation on mass confinement of migrant children

November 12, 2019

A FRONTLINE and Associated Press investigation on the mass confinement of migrant children, produced by FRONTLINE’s Daffodil Altan (’04) and Berkeley Journalism Prof. Andrés Cediel (’04), featuring AP investigative reporter Garance Burke (’04), will air tonight on PBS stations nationwide. The film exposes the traumatic stories of kids detained under President Trump’s immigration policies, and reveals…

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Explosive Investigative Reporting Program-led series exposing police officers with criminal records is launched

November 10, 2019

Related story by recent graduate airs on Reveal nationwide A six-month investigation involving more than 30 newsrooms across California, led by Berkeley Journalism’s Investigative Reporting Program (IRP), has found hundreds of criminal convictions against current and former police officers, dozens of them still on the job. What began as a simple story triggered by explosive…

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“Trafficked in America” produced by the IRP’s Daffodil Altan and Andrés Cediel premiers on Frontline

April 23, 2018

On Tuesday, April 24, PBS Frontline will air the Investigative Reporting Program‘s documentary Trafficked in America. The film investigates how teenagers from Central America were smuggled into the U.S. by traffickers who promised them jobs and a better life, only to force them to live and work in virtual slavery to pay off their debt.…

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Investigative Reporting Program Wins duPont Award for “Rape in the Fields”

December 18, 2013

The J-School wins its first Alfred I. duPont Award. This is only the second time that a university-led

program has been awarded the honor.

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PBS FRONTLINE/ProPublica collaboration “The Real CSI” to air

April 14, 2012

“The Real CSI,” a FRONTLINE reported by Lowell Bergman that examines the shaky science behind crime scene investigations, will be broadcast on Tuesday, April 17, 2012.

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“The Child Cases” Airs on PBS FRONTLINE

July 1, 2011

“The Child Cases”, part of an ongoing Frontline, IRP, NPR and ProPublica Co-Production on Death Investigation in America, Airs on PBS. Read the story here.

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FRONTLINE collaboration investigates the multi-billion dollar business of college sports

March 26, 2011

J-School Professor Lowell Bergman reported “Money and March Madness,” an inside look at the multi-billion dollar business of college sports. It airs on FRONTLINE.

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Major IRP Collaboration on death investigations airs on FRONTLINE and NPR

February 24, 2011

On Tuesday, Feb. 1, PBS FRONTLINE broadcast “Post Mortem: Death Investigation In America,” an unprecedented collaborative investigation by the Investigative Reporting Program (IRP) at UC Berkeley, FRONTLINE, ProPublica and NPR.

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“Black Money” collaboration with PBS FRONTLINE earns Gerald Loeb Awards nomination

July 9, 2010

“Black Money” has won an honorable mention in the enterprise television category in UCLA’s prestigious Gerald Loeb Awards, the highest honors in business journalism.

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