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iPost, WGRZ partnership makes a smart list

Declares the local website Trending Buffalo: “WGRZ has … recently teamed up with Investigative Post to co-produce the kind of in-depth investigative journalism segments you don’t typically find on local TV news broadcasts … A recent story about unpaid housing fines was really well done.”


Investigtive Post is hiring

Buffalo’s investigative reporting center is accepting applications for a senior investigative reporter and editor, an environmental reporter and a fund-raising and community outreach coordinator.


Change in commenting policy

Reader comments must now be posted through Facebook. We’ve experimented the past three months with accepting comments through multiple services and have decided a single platform is best. Our complete commenting policies can be found here.  


Investigative Post launching interview segment with WGRZ

In addition to co-producing investigative stories, Investigative Post and WGRZ 2 On Your Side will broadcast weekly interviews with newsmakers that will air on Daybreak Sunday. Investigative Post Editor Jim Heaney will conduct the interviews. This Sunday he puts questions to Phil Rumore, president of the Buffalo Teachers Federation. Rumore has lead the BTF since […]


Coppola elected Investigative Post board president

Lee Coppola, whose career has included stints as an investigative reporter, journalism school dean and federal prosecutor, has been elected president of the board of Investigative Post. “Lee has been a practitioner and champion of investigative reporting his entire career. I’m very excited to have someone with his depth and breadth of experience leading our […]


Heaney interview on IPost-WGRZ alliance


Investigative Post, WGRZ announce partnership

Investigative Post is joining forces with WGRZ 2 On Your Side to form a ground-breaking partnership in the Buffalo market. WGRZ has contracted with Investigative Post to co-produce investigations, interviews and other news programming that focus on the problems confronting Buffalo and Western New York. “Investigative reporting is especially important in a troubled town like […]


Commenting glitch is fixed

We’ve had only a few technical difficulties during out first two weeks of publishing. Reader comments, however, were landing helter skelter. We’ve fixed the problem and are noting an uptick in submissions. Please keep ’em coming. If you encounter any type of technical problem, please let us know via e-mail.