“Seeking New Ways to Nurture the Capacity to Report”
– Charles Lewis
“Watchdog Reporting: Exploring Its Myth”
– Florence Graves
“Squeezing Substance Into the ‘Sensational and Superficial’”
– Sheila S. Coronel The University of California at Berkeley Investigative Reporting Program is directed by investigative producer/correspondent Lowell Bergman and houses the West Coast editorial and production facilities for the PBS programs “Frontline” and “Frontline/World,” as well as the three Investigative Reporting Post Graduate Fellows who receive stipends during their year of study and training at the journalism school. In September 2004, The Elaine and Gerald Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism became the nation’s first such center to be housed at a university (Brandeis) and is directed by its founder, investigative journalist Florence Graves. And the newest of these, the Stabile Center for Investigative Journalism at Columbia University, is headed by Sheila S. Coronel.