An award-winning program is here for no fee to community radio.
Public media needs investigative journalism now more than ever. Listeners are hungry for truth, fact-based insight on timely issues of immigration, justice, the environment, political influence and the workplace
Cue Reveal – the Peabody Award-winning show hosted by Al Letson from The Center for Investigative Reporting and PRX.
Launched as a weekly series in 2016, Reveal consistently delivers impactful stories like Deadly Waters, If You Can’t Afford a Lawyer, Voting Rights (And Wrongs), and Russia’s New Scapegoats. It’s now on 400+ stations.
PRX is proud to offer Reveal, for no fee, to members of the National Federation of Community Broadcasters. This is a golden opportunity to air public radio’s only investigative reporting show.
Take some time to evaluate the show that The Atlantic calls “reminiscent of the in-depth investigative journalism usually reserved for print…”:
- Deadly Waters – Reporter Jennifer Gollan and producer Stan Alcorn investigated how lax safety has been allowed to persist at shipyards that thrive on military contracts. This story has prompted Sen. Elizabeth Warren to call for an investigation.
- If You Can’t Afford a Lawyer – If you can’t afford a lawyer, one will be appointed to you. But in New Orleans, one lawyer in charge of representing poor people accused of crimes is refusing to take on cases.
- Voting Rights (and Wrongs) – Since 2013, some states have rushed to pass new laws that make it harder to vote. Reveal examined whether these laws are fighting fraud or simply keeping people of color from the polls.
- Russia’s New Scapegoats – Reveal teamed up with reporters from Coda Story to trace the roots of the anti-gay movement in Russia and showed how President Vladimir Putin uses anti-gay propaganda to exert Russian influence on neighboring nations.
Get full contact details to get the program in NFCB’s member area.
If you’re interested in carriage, contact Sean Nesbitt, PRX’s Station Relations Director.