Tag Archive | "Trevor Aaronson"

Trevor Aaronson Returns to FCIR as Executive Director

Aaronson will be responsible for FCIR’s day-to-day operations, especially for growing the nonprofit organization’s journalism and revenue. This newly created position gives Aaronson an ex-officio seat on the board of directors.

Published in Blog, Journalism

Florida Center for Investigative Reporting Sees Changes in Fourth Year

Sharon Rosenhause: You’ll notice some changes on the masthead as the Florida Center for Investigative Reporting begins its fourth year as the only statewide nonprofit, bilingual news site.

Published in Blog, Journalism

FCIR Wins Four Prizes in Sunshine State Awards

The awards include first-place honors for Best News Web Site, Investigative Reporting for Radio and General Coverage for Radio.

Published in Blog, Journalism

FCIR Radio Series Wins National Award

FCIR’s award-winning series, reported by Ashley Lopez, was the result of a collaboration between FCIR and Florida’s NPR member stations.

Published in Blog, Journalism

Trevor Aaronson Talked About His Research on FBI Counterterrorism Efforts at the Logan Symposium

FCIR’s Trevor Aaronson was a panelist in April at the Reva & David Logan Investigative Reporting Symposium at the University of California-Berkeley.

Published in Video

FCIR’s Trevor Aaronson on MSNBC’s “Jansing & Co.”

FCIR Associate Director Trevor Aaronson, author of The Terror Factory: Inside the FBI’s Manufactured War on Terrorism, talks about terrorism sting operations.

Published in Video

FCIR Associate Director Interviewed About Terrorism Stings on MSNBC

FCIR’s Trevor Aaronson was a guest May 23 on MSNBC’s “Jansing & Co.” for a segment about the war on terrorism.

Published in Blog, Government, Journalism, Justice

In Show of Big Sugar’s Influence, Price Supports Continued in Farm Bill

Trevor Aaronson: This year’s farm bills in the U.S. House and Senate will cut back on many of the subsidies for the nation’s agriculture industry. But the price supports that benefit the domestic sugar industry won’t be affected, demonstrating just how powerful Big Sugar is on Capitol Hill.

Published in Blog, Economy, Environment, Government, Politics

For Orlando Postal Worker, Illness Still Mystery

Trevor Aaronson: The case of Jeffrey A. Lill, a U.S. Postal Service employee injured at a mail-sort facility in Orlando more than two years ago, is still unresolved.

Published in Blog, Environment, Government, Health, Justice

In Florida, Incentives Only the Beginning for Favored Companies

Steve Miller: An FCIR analysis of state data shows that 25 companies awarded millions in Florida economic incentives receive millions more in state contractor payments.

Published in Business, Economy, Government, Open Records

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