Kiran Saini will work across the Wisconsin Watch website, social media, newsletters and other products to connect with an expanded and more diverse audience.
Author Archives: Coburn Dukehart / Wisconsin Watch
Coburn Dukehart is the Associate Director at Wisconsin Watch. She joined the organization in 2015 as the Digital and Multimedia Director. She is currently head of product and audience, directs visual and digital strategy; creates visual content; manages digital assets and trains student and professional journalists. Dukehart previously was a senior photo editor at National Geographic, picture and multimedia editor at NPR, and a photo editor at USATODAY.com and washingtonpost.com. She has received numerous awards from the Milwaukee Press Club, National Press Photographers Association, Pictures of the Year International and the White House News Photographers Association.
Wisconsin Watch’s best photos of 2022
To bring our readers the most compelling images, we travel across the state using a combination of staff photographers, photo interns, freelance photojournalists and partners at other news organizations.
Photojournalism internship opening at Wisconsin Watch
Wisconsin Watch, the news outlet for the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism, is seeking a photojournalism intern to help support the visual reporting of Wisconsin Watch content in 2023.
Wisconsin Watch’s best photos from 2021 capture moments of elation, contemplation and joy.
A selection of work from Wisconsin Watch photographers that provides a glimpse into the daily lives of the people who help us tell our stories.
‘Preserving these places is paramount’: How photographer Brett Kosmider documents Door County, Wisconsin’s fragile, changing landscape
Photographer and videographer Brett Kosmider has dedicated much of his career to documenting life and nature in a place that he calls one of the “great anomalies in the world.”
Photojournalism and digital production internship opening at Wisconsin Watch
The Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism is seeking a photojournalism and digital production intern to help support the visual reporting, online presence and distribution of Wisconsin Watch content in 2022.
Imperiled Shores: A multimedia presentation
Wisconsin’s Great Lakes communities expect to spend $245 million in five years to protect shorelines as a climate ‘tug of war’ drives extreme shifts in water levels. Wisconsin Watch reporter Mario Koran explains the impact this has on lakeshore communities in this multimedia slideshow.
Cow manure predicted to cause most sickness from contaminated wells in Kewaunee County
A new study predicts the incidence of gastrointestinal illness in private drinking wells, identifying manure as the main cause of contamination.
Wisconsinites share how they are coping and adapting one year into the COVID-19 pandemic
Outbreak Wisconsin participants reflect on a life-changing year and what the future holds.
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Jubilation and outrage: How Wisconsinites reacted to news of Joe Biden’s presidential victory
On November 7, as media organizations announced that Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and his running mate, Kamala Harris, were the winners of the 2020 election, Wisconsinites gathered together to both celebrate and lament the results. In Madison and Milwaukee, Wisconsin Watch staff captured scenes of both jubilation and solemn resolve.
‘What if this is to be my last summer on Earth?’ Confined by lockdown, Beverly Blietz decides to move out.
Former recreational pilot, Uber driver, art gallery docent and community volunteer, 85-year-old Blietz found herself involuntarily locked down in her senior living facility when the pandemic hit.