A look inside how The Maine Monitor produces investigations

Get an inside look at how The Maine Monitor produces its award-winning investigations.
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When you see a big project published in The Maine Monitor, it’s the culmination of months of painstaking work.

Hear from editor David Dahl and reporter Samantha Hogan as executive director Micaela Schweitzer-Bluhm helps you understand how an idea for a story is born, what goes into discovering the information, and how decisions about the direction are made.


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The Maine Monitor is a nonprofit, nonpartisan news service of the Maine Center for Public Interest Reporting that holds Maine state government and institutions accountable. Our team of investigative journalists use data- and document-based reporting to produce stories that have an impact.
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