The Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting (KyCIR) is a nonprofit digital newsroom. It is focused on watchdog journalism related to the U.S. state of Kentucky. Launched in 2013, the center is headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky. It is a service of Louisville Public Media, the NPR member organization in Louisville. Kate Howard has been the KyCIR's managing editor since 2018. The publication is funded by its parent non-profit corporation, Louisville Public Media, which has a board of directors that includes members recruited from the University of Louisville, the Louisville Metro Government, and the community at-large. Its meetings are open to the public. Louisville Public Media's origins began with WFPL, a 10 watt FM radio station owned by the Louisville Free Public Library that began broadcasting in 1950. It now operates three full NPR stations–news/talk WFPL, classical WUOL-FM, and adult album alternative WFPK. More information...

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