INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM’S CONTINUED ROLE IN THE FUTURE OF WISCONSIN

Guests:  Dee J. Hall, Co-Founder/Managing Editor;  Lauren Fuhrmann, Associate Director; Coburn Dukehart, Digital and Multimedia Director, Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism

The Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism continues to be recognized for their ground-breaking stories that affect the lives of Wisconsin residents.  On this program, Dee Hall shares details behind “Failure at the Faucet,” the award-winning story that reported polluted water is right here in Wisconsin, and their in-depth report on the skyrocketing cost of prescription drugs.

Joining Dee are Lauren Fuhrmann, a recognized emerging leader in the field of journalism, and Coburn Dukehart.  Their roles represent the Center’s future direction to ensure its sustainability as well as move into the multimedia world of news reporting and follow the impact their investigative reports have on policy.

All Center for Investigative Journalism stories can be found on wisconsinwatch.org.