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Costa Rican produces episode that wins first-ever Pulitzer Prize for audio journalism

Nadia Reiman, who was born in Costa Rica and moved to the United States as a child, produced The Out Crowd.

Costa Rican journalist named as Columbia’s first-ever Knight Chair in Data Journalism

Renowned Costa Rican journalist Giannina Segnini is recognized for her work at the forefront of data journalism education.

Costa Rican computer engineer awarded a Pulitzer Prize

He was responsible for the data transformation of the flat Offshore Leaks database into an interactive web application which allowed journalists explore data for the investigation.

Costa Rica lacks a freedom of information law but still ranks high in press freedom

One prominent Costa Rican journalist argued that a freedom of information law would only open the door to more onerous requirements for accessing public information.

Costa Rican investigative reporter, data journalism pioneer Giannina Segnini wins prestigious Maria Moors Cabot Prize

The Cabot Prize lauded Segnini as a fearless reporter and an innovator whose "courageous investigative stories unveiling corruption and bribery scandals led to the arrest of two former Costa Rican presidents.”

Top investigative editor Giannina Segnini quits La Nación after 20 years

Just months after Costa Rica’s leading daily La Nación fired one of its top investigative reporters, investigative editor and data journalism pioneer Giannina Segnini has resigned over a management dispute just days after the country’s presidential elections. She worked at La Nación for 20 years.

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