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Center announces new name, logo, website

Center announces new name, logo, website

The staff and board of directors of the Maine Center for Public Interest Reporting has announced a new brand identity, which includes a new logo, website and name that is easier to say, write and remember. The new Pine Tree Watch name and look will appear on our...

Center Wins Prestigious Journalism Award for Third Year in a Row

The Maine Center for Public Interest Reporting has won a 2016 “Publick Occurrences Award” – that’s not a typo, we promise – from the New England Newspaper & Press Association for Dave Sherwood’s three-part series, “Lottery: Selling hope to the hopeless.”

Maine Center hires new executive editor

The Maine Center for Public Interest Reporting has announced the hiring of award-winning journalist and new media executive Joshua F. Moore as the Center’s new executive editor. Moore, who began work June 6, takes over leadership of the nonprofit, nonpartisan investigative news service from John Beaudoin, who had an unexpected health problem and had to resign in March. (Beaudoin is staying connected to the Center; he immediately joined the board after leaving the staff.)