Partners

We publish online and in print, often partnering with other news organizations, including The Washington Post, The Philadelphia Inquirer and PBS FRONTLINE.

PBS FRONTLINE has been our partner since the Workshop was created. We are now co-producing our ninth program, pairing students as reporters and researchers with a FRONTLINE team based at the School of Communication. Students also work as assistants on shoots and research historic and recent video footage and stills.

We pair students through the Workshop and our practicum in the newsroom at The Washington Post. They have contributed to eight published investigative projects over the past three years. 

Additional ongoing partners include the local NPR affiliate, WAMU-FM, and Reveal News at the Center for Investigative Reporting.

Other partners include:

NBC News

New America Media

The Washington Post

McClatchy Newspapers

USA TODAY

Politico

Politics Daily

The Financial Times

The Huffington Post Investigative Fund

DC Open Government Coalition

Partnerships take a variety of forms, including simultaneous publication of the same investigation or summaries of our findings.

Some organizations publish an analysis of our work along with additional reporting by their own staffers, as did McClatchy with our reporting on nuclear lobbying. Still others have our reporters as guest bloggers on their websites, including Workshop reporter John Dunbar, who is working with The Washington Post on a project that looks at disparities in broadband access.

A few examples of how our partners used our work or collaborated with us follow. If you're interested in partnerships, contact Lynne Perri at perri@american.edu.

  • NBCnews.com
  • Politico
  • The Huffington Post Investigative Fund
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