Robert Benincasa is a producer for National Public Radio in Washington, DC. He works mainly on web and radio stories that involve data analysis and multimedia data presentations.
Prior to joining NPR, Benincasa was database editor for the Gannett News Service, the wire service subsidiary of the Gannett Company. During 10 years in that post, he produced database-driven enterprise projects and searchable online databases for use by Gannett's daily newspapers and television stations. Benincasa won a 2006 Philip Meyer Award for an investigative project comparing the quality of heart care at more than 3,000 hospitals across the country.
Recent Posts by Robert Benincasa
- April 14, 2011 by Joseph Shapiro, Robert Benincasa, Susanne Reber, Kristen Lombardi, Kristin Jones, David Donald, Gordon Witkin
This series combined far-reaching investigative reporting with powerful personal stories to expose a pattern in which college students found responsible for sexual assaults face little punishment, while their victims receive little help. Originally aired on NPR in February and March, 2010.
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