FCIR funded this documentary short about voter disenfranchisement, which was released in partnership with TIME, The Atlantic, Miami Herald and other media.
FCIR funded this PBS NewsHour Weekend project on contamination of the Indian River Lagoon.
FCIR funded a documentary short and an accompanying print story about voter disenfranchisement in Florida. The project was released in partnership with TIME, The Atlantic, Miami Herald and other media.
FCIR partnered revealed that Republican gubernatorial nominee Ron DeSantis spoke at a conference of an anti-Muslim extremist group in October 2017 whose founder argues devout Muslims cannot be loyal Americans.
FCIR revealed how an Italian company that sells surveillance software to governments and law enforcement agencies worldwide was negotiating to provide a Florida police agency with spyware technology that infiltrates phones and computers.
FCIR partnered with Florida's NPR member stations in 2017 on a print-radio series on climate change and government inaction in Florida.
FCIR revealed that the administration of Gov. Rick Scott had banned the use of the terms "climate change" and "global warming" in official state communications.
Public Interest Journalism
Founded in 2010, the Florida Center for Investigative Reporting is a nonprofit, digital and bilingual investigative journalism organization working to expose corruption, waste and miscarriages of justice. Working under the guidance and supervision of a board of directors, a dedicated staff of journalists at FCIR produces investigative journalism in collaboration with its partners, including traditional and ethnic news media. FCIR's partners include Florida's NPR member stations, the Miami Herald, Tampa Bay Times, The Tampa Tribune, Florida Times-Union, The Ledger, Naples Daily News and Bradenton Herald, among other news media throughout the state.