Starting today, inewsource‘s biggest investigations can be found on InvestigateTV, a streaming app showcasing quality and impactful journalism available on Roku and on the InvestigateTV website.

InvestigateTV Raycom Media

inewsource produces award-winning stories that impact our viewers across the country,” said Lee Zurik, chief investigative reporter for InvestigateTV. “We’re thrilled to add them as a content partner and know InvestigateTV viewers will find their work interesting and informative.”

InvestigateTV, an app developed by TV broadcast company Raycom Media, currently streams investigative content from quality news outlets such as New York-based ProPublica and Arizona-based News21. It launched in June with more than 100 video stories.

More than 50 million households used a form of streaming TV app such as InvestigateTV in 2017.

This partnership also allows inewsource the ability to reach an additional audience of more than 16 million households through Raycom Media, which owns more than 60 stations across 40 markets in the U.S.

inewsource videos currently on InvestigateTV include our national Emmy nominated investigation into California “vent farms” – subacute hospital units where thousands of people are kept on life support; our exploration of how music therapy affects vegetative hospital patients; and investigations into a San Diego charter school and a controversial diabetes treatment popping up in all areas of the world.

Find InvestigateTV on Roku, and look for it on Amazon Fire and AppleTV in the near future.


We’ll let you know when big things happen.

Brad Racino was the assistant editor and senior investigative reporter at inewsource. He's a big fan of transparency, whistleblowers and government agencies forgetting to redact key information from FOIA requests. Brad received his master’s degree in journalism from the University of Missouri in...