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UC-Berkeley names investigative fellows

The UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism have announced the fellowship winners in its Investigative Reporting Fellowships:

The director of the program is Professor Lowell Bergman, the former “60 Minutes” producer whose tobacco industry investigation was chronicled in the 1999 film “The Insider,” in which Bergman was played by Al Pacino.

A panel of journalists chose the fellows, who receive a $45,000 salary and are provided with office space, phones, and expenses for approved travel.

Here’s a link to the release detailing the fellowships.

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