Houston Chronicle, RJI partner to keep chemical company data site available for journalists
A resource that helped The Houston Chronicle shed light on chemical disasters and facilities posing the greatest potential harm to the public, in the event of an emergency, got a new lease on life.
After facing an uncertain future after its original owner – the Center for Effective Government – was shut down, the Right to Know Network relaunched June 12 with a more user-friendly, accessible site design.
The redesign happened because of a collaboration between The Houston Chronicle, the Reynolds Journalism Institute and Missouri School of Journalism.
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