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    Default Colorado Public Radio To Launch Investigative Team After Receiving $300,000 Anonymous Gift

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    COLORADO PUBLIC RADIO has received an anonymous $300,000 gift that will enable the station to launch its first investigative reporting team. CPR is now looking to hire a journalist for the new Investigative Editor position to lead the team. The station previously announced plans to grow its newsroom by a third, adding regional hubs in COLORADO SPRINGS and GRAND JUNCTION and a reporter in WASHINGTON, DC. Three full-time investigative reporters and a data specialist will, along with the Investigative Editor, comprise the new investigative team.

    “Investigative reporting is the product of giving skilled journalists the time they need to dig into important subjects,” said Executive Editor KEVIN DALE. “We need more journalists asking hard questions, digging through data and holding government and public officials accountable to the communities they serve.”

    “The investigative team will increase the capacity of an already-talented newsroom and create a critical arm dedicated to data-driven, long form stories with high potential for political and social impact,” added DALE. “The community needs this type of reporting, and we look forward to working with other broadcasters and publications -- as is the tradition of public media -- to share this robust investigative journalism with all of COLORADO and beyond."

    Pres./CEO STEWART VANDERWILT said, “We’re grateful to the community for providing COLORADO PUBLIC RADIO such strong and loyal support, which together with this form of philanthropic investment will enable CPR to continue building a sustainable journalistic institution for COLORADO."

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