How to Cover Money Podcast Episode 29: More Tips for Building a Winning Business Investigation

by September 8, 2016

In this podcast, Glenn Hall, Executive Editor at the Washington Post, shares more tips for creating winning business investigations. He urges writers to break up long-form articles into short, easily digested pieces; beware the extreme anecdote; and employ videos, graphics and slideshows. Hall’s remarks were originally delivered during Reynolds Week 2016.

Megan Calcote hosts the podcast series.

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