Multimedia-Based Investigative Reporter
Brad Racino is a multimedia-based investigative reporter for inewsource.
Along with colleague Joanne Faryone, Brad helps craft inewsource's video productions, radio features and web content. In the past, Brad has covered both local and national issues ranging from imported food safety to international maritime commerce. His stories have been published in the Washington Post, MSNBC.com and the Florida Center for Investigative Reporting. inewsource employs Brad's previous visual work in television and commercial production to its new high-quality DSLR feature stories.
Before joining inewsource, Brad worked as a photographer, videographer and reporter for the Columbia Missourian; a videographer and editor for Verizon Fios1 TV in New York, as a photographer and manager for numerous freelance and commercial agencies throughout New Jersey and New York; as an underwater cameraman for a production company in the Bahamas; and as a reporter and database analyst for News21.
Brad received his master’s degree in journalism from the University of Missouri in 2012.
Contact him at email@example.com or (619) 594-3569.
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For the third time, the North County Transit District has sent inewsource and KPBS a retraction demand in response to a story. For the third time, we have responded.
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In light of Mayor Filner's current crisis, inewsource sat down for a Q&A with crisis management experts for an introductory lesson in how these things are handled behind the scenes.
The North County Transit District is considering a policy change that would direct employees to delete certain emails after 60 days.
This afternoon, the Federal Transit Administration — the federal agency that grants transportation agencies money and oversees how that money is spent — confirmed it is now actively looking into San Diego’s North County Transit District (NCTD).
An audit of the North County Transit District identified 19 deficiencies. In this ongoing series, inewsource details the most noteworthy.
A scathing audit of NCTD's Contracts Department finds deficiencies throughout 19 areas. An LA transportation board chair weighs in on the report.
For the second time in less than a month, NCTD has sent inewsource and KPBS a letter demanding retractions. We have responded.