Gigafact, a new project, offers funding and tools to three nonprofit newsrooms to intercept unsupported claims and impact social media discourse.
The Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism is seeking an Audience Director to lead audience development and digital marketing initiatives.
Former Wisconsin Watch intern Isaac Wasserman’s photo essay and story of life along Madison’s Starkweather Creek — one of the most polluted waterways in Wisconsin — received an honorable mention in the 2022 Nonprofit News Awards.
Wisconsin Watch is joining a nationwide project led by University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers that aims to protect democracy by limiting the spread and impact of misinformation.
Wisconsin Watch and WPR are pleased to announce that Jonah Chester has been chosen as the 2022-23 Mike Simonson Memorial Investigative Reporting Fellow.
We’re excited to share the news that Wisconsin Watch has added two new Report for America corps members to our staff, boosting coverage of environmental and agriculture issues and statewide threats to democracy!
Wisconsin Watch is seeking applicants for a six-month diversity fellowship to pursue an investigative project relevant to Wisconsin. The fellowship will begin in early 2023.
Matthew Defour will lead the three-member Wisconsin Watch statehouse bureau as an editor and reporter, starting Sept. 6.
The Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism is pleased to announce the hiring of its first Donor Engagement Coordinator, Zachary Peterson, who will assist in the Center’s fundraising with prospect research, donor correspondence, database management and fundraising strategy.
The Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service and the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism seek a Director of Development and Partnerships to steward a fundraising strategy and forge new relationships to build Neighborhood News Service’s visibility in the business and philanthropic community.
The Ho-Chunk Nation has a bright economic future, ripe with prospects to diversify its economy beyond gaming. That’s if the tribal government more clearly communicates with citizens and opens space for entrepreneurs and private companies to invest in tribal communities, Ho-Chunk officials and citizens said during a Wisconsin Watch event held on May 12.
Wisconsin Watch is pleased to announce the addition of two new Report for America corps members to our staff, boosting coverage of statewide threats to democracy and environmental and agricultural issues in the Mississippi River Basin.