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Investigative Reporting Increasingly Outsourced To Nonprofits

06/21/2010 09:53 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Investigative reporting is increasingly being outsourced, and these offices off K Street serve as a boiler room for research that the big boys are less able to afford. The Center for Public Integrity is hardly a traditional news operation, but it is taking on a more prominent media role, fueled by a recent hiring spree that has added more than half a dozen journalists to its 45-person staff.

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