845-553-4170 bradracino@gmail.com

Brad Racino is an investigative reporter and visual storyteller for inewsource, an independent nonprofit partnered with KPBS — San Diego’s PBS and NPR affiliate station.

inewsource staff

Left to right: Joanne Faryon, Brad Racino, Lorie Hearn, Leo Castaneda, Joe Yerardi, Victoria Mendiola. Photos by Nancee E. Lewis/Nancee E. Lewis Photography

inewsource specializes in in-depth reporting, investigations, mapping, video and audio productions. Brad writes, films, edits and produces packages for web, TV and radio on a variety of topics including corruption, transportation, health, trade and surveillance.

He assists Executive Director Lorie Hearn with forging new media partnerships and creating new and innovative storytelling techniques.

Brad also manages inewsource‘s website, social media accounts and analytics.

Since joining inewsource in January of 2012, Brad has won dozens of national and local awards, including two Investigative Reporters and Editors awards, the Columbia Journalism School’s Meyer “Mike” Berger award, two Edward R. Murrow awards, a national Association of Health Care Journalists award and 22 Society of Professional Journalists and Press Club awards, including Best in Show, investigative reporting category sweeps and the Sol Price Award for Responsible Journalism.