Public Insight Network partners with three investigative entities

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The Public Insight Network is expanding with new partners ProPublica, the Center for Investigative Reporting and the Center for Public Integrity, it announced Oct. 29. The network, a creation of American Public Media in 2003 to encourage public input in the newsgathering process, announced the new collaborations at the 2010 Online News Association conference in Washington, D.C. The investigative news outlets join a growing number of organizations affiliated with the network, including WNYC in New York, the Miami Herald, Oregon Public Broadcasting and the nonprofit online St. Louis Beacon.