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The New England Center for Investigative Reporting is a nonprofit investigative journalism project based at Boston University, the first such organization that covers local and regional issues.
The Center was founded in 2009 and is funded by the university as well as a $400,000 Knight Foundation grant. The Center was staffed as of 2012 by four full-time employees, along with the involvement of BU professors and students. As of 2012, it was receiving $340,000 per year from non-foundation sources, just less than half of its total funding.
The Center publishes reports in multiple outlets, with Boston-area media partners including the Boston Globe, New England Cable News, WBUR public radio, and the Christian Science Monitor. The Center also does some contract research work.
The Center’s February 2010 report on sexual assaults on college campuses came under fire for not including statistics from BU.
The New York Times is a daily newspaper published in New York City and generally regarded as the United States’ leading national newspaper. The Times was the third-largest newspaper in the U.S. by circulation as of 2014, with 2.1 million combined print and digital subscribers, though it is by far the most-visited newspaper website. In…