Case studies of investigative non-profit and public radio collaborations
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Across the United States, investigative journalism organizations and public media outlets have started joining forces in greater numbers. Many have found that the relationship demands thoughtfulness and hard work, but yields great rewards. In this article, reporters and editors from across the country weigh in with their tips to help smooth the bumps in the road that new partnerships experience. This article features voices from NPR, the Center for Public Integrity (CPI), KPBS and inewsource in San Diego and KUOW and InvestigateWest in Seattle. The partners recommend starting small, communicating early and often with partners, and understanding the needs of each medium and learning to work across them.