Eleanor Bell Fox

Multimedia Editor  The Center for Public Integrity

Eleanor Bell is an investigative reporter as well as a video journalist, broadcaster and multimedia producer. She joined the team in April 2014 as the Center’s Multimedia Editor. Originally from New Zealand, Eleanor worked for many years at the ABC, Australia’s national public broadcaster where, in 2011, her investigative multimedia report into urban social disadvantage was awarded Australia’s highest journalism honor, the Walkley Award. In 2012 she was an award judge. Another investigation exposed unlawful and predatory behavior by mobile phone carriers in minority communities and was used as evidence by Australia’s consumer watchdog to prosecute the company. Her multiplatform report into the emerging practice of gene patents sparked a Senate inquiry and was nominated for a UN Environmental Reporting award.  Eleanor has received a coveted UN Media Peace Award for her digital journalism and was named the 2011 Australian Council of Deans of Education Young Journalist of the Year. 

Rich people have access to high-speed Internet; many poor people still don't

South Carolinians see negative ad barrage ahead of GOP primary

By Michael Beckel and Eleanor Bell Fox

Bush super PAC the biggest loser in ad wars

By Eleanor Bell Fox and Carrie Levine

Super PACs super charge 2016 presidential election spending

By Eleanor Bell Fox and John Dunbar

Upended by America’s ‘third wave’ of asbestos disease

By Jim Morris, Maryam Jameel and Eleanor Bell Fox

How we created Fatal Extraction, our multimedia project exposing Australian mining's damaging footprint in Africa

By Eleanor Bell Fox and Chris Zubak-Skees

Fatal Extraction: the impact of Australian mining in Africa

Why nobody knows what's really going into your food

Black history and heritage bulldozed by gas boom

By Eleanor Bell Fox and Talia Buford

Inside the virtual tollbooth at many U.S. prisons

Time is money: who's making a buck off prisoners' families?

By Eleanor Bell Fox and Daniel Wagner

150 billion reasons Medicare Advantage matters

By Eleanor Bell Fox