John Duchneskie, the graphics editor at The Philadelphia Inquirer, explains why it’s important for business journalists to consider visual elements early in the reporting process. Instead of waiting until the end to chat with the graphics desk, he said a reporter’s best bet for a strong story is to start the visual conversation from the beginning.
Duchneskie is spending the week in Phoenix studying financials as a fellow in the Reynolds Center’s Strictly Financials seminar.
Kelly is the Reynolds Center's Senior Online Producer. She has worked as a reporter for several newspapers, most recently The Arizona Republic, and has been an adjunct professor at Arizona State University’s Cronkite School. She has a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Nonfiction from Goucher College and holds a degree in Journalism and Mass Communication from West Virginia University. Kelly also was a fellow at The Poynter Institute and a contributing writer for "Cancer Stories: Lessons in Love, Loss & Hope."