Diana Henriques, a reporter at The New York Times since 1989, kicked off Reynolds Business Journalism Week 2011.
In about one hour, she gave an inspiring, thorough, specific tutorial on how to approach investigative reporting projects.
Squirrel this away if you don’t have time to watch it now. It’s well worth the time.
“Today’s Business Journalists as Investigators” from Reynolds Center on Vimeo.
LUNCHTIME QUESTION AND ANSWER – with Diana Henriques
2011 Reynolds Center Business Journalism Seminars: Boxed Lunch Q&A with Diana Henriques from Reynolds Center on Vimeo.
About the Author
I am digital director at the Reynolds Center for Business Journalism, which I joined in 2009. Before that I was Online Community Manager for azcentral, the online site for The Arizona Republic. Before arriving in Arizona, I worked at Newsday where I was Deputy Business Editor. I was the small business editor at BusinessWeek Online. I teach journalists to use Twitter, Facebook and other social media tools to expand and manage their networks. And I am a cofounder of #wjchat, a weekly Twitter chat about web journalism. You can reach me at Email: Robin.Phillips@BusinessJournalism.org