Boston Globe Announces ‘Spotlight’ Fellowship

It's funded by the studios behind the film.

The Boston Globe has announced a $100,000 Spotlight Investigative Journalism Fellowship designed to promote investigative journalism.

The fellowship is funded by Participant Media and Open Road Films, the studios behind Spotlight, the film that covers the Globe’s Pulitzer Prize winning report on sexual abuse in the Catholic church.

The winner of the fellowship will be chosen by a team of Globe reporters and editors and The Intercept editor in chief Betsy Reed. The winner or winners will then work with Globe staffers on an investigative piece that will eventually be published in the paper.

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