The Florida Center for Investigative Reporting is a nonprofit, digital and bilingual investigative journalism organization working to expose corruption, waste and miscarriages of justice. FCIR believes this type of reporting is essential to democracy, and will use the latest technologies and storytelling techniques to connect with diverse audiences throughout the state.
A dedicated staff of journalists at FCIR, working under the guidance and supervision of a board of directors, produces investigative journalism in partnership and collaboration with its partners, including traditional and ethnic news media. FCIR’s goal is to create a statewide network to deliver reports on multiple platforms, including print newspapers and magazines, radio and television, and online.
FCIR is a member of the Investigative News Network, a coalition of nonprofit news organizations dedicated to in-depth, investigative journalism in the public interest.
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