The Center for Public Integrity is a U.S.-based non-profit investigative journalism group that was founded by Charles Lewis.
From l977 to l988 he did investigative reporting at ABC News and CBS News 60 Minutes.
PEW CHARITABLE TRUSTS is the largest funding source for the Tides Center, having given the latter nearly $109 million between 1990 and 2002. Other PCT grantees include:
the Center for Public Integrity
In addition to earmarking enormous sums of money to fund the projects and activities of the aforementioned organizations, PCT also proposes its own policy solutions in a number of areas:
Protecting Ocean Life
Death Penalty Reform
PCT is a member organization of the International Human Rights
Huffington Post Investigative Fund Merges With Center for Public Integrity
When we spoke to Arianna Huffington earlier this summer, she expressed regret that her nonprofit, open-source Huffington Post Investigative Fund was not having much luck getting its work picked up by media outlets
Huffington announced today that the Fund was going to separate itself further from the website by joining forces with the Center for Public Integrity. Ryan Tate at Gawker notes that, because the Fund seemed only to supply the for-profit HuffPo with stories, it was having trouble earning tax-exempt status for itself. This separation could help with that though it looks like the Fund will still have most of its stories published on HuffPo as a matter of course.
Center for Public Integrity
Bill Buzenberg became Executive Director of the Center for Public Integrity in January 2007.
He was Vice President of News for National Public Radio
Marianne Szegedy-Maszak, Chairperson
Marianne Szegedy-Maszak, a former senior writer for U.S. News & World Report and contributing writer to the Los Angeles Times