Pulitzer winners David Barstow and Alejandra Xanic von Bertrab headline this session at the Investigative Reporters and Editors conference: Cracking Corporate Corruption at Wal-Mart. The duo’s investigation into corruption in the world’s biggest retailer won the 2013 Pulitzer Prize for Investigative Reporting.
The free workshop, “Uncovering the Best Local Business Stories,” was originally held at the University of Arkansas on April 12, 2013. Geared to the needs of generalists on small staffs, this training will arm you with resources, tips and ideas to bring more meaningful coverage of this important topic to your community.
The free Google+ Hangout, “Power Searching for Business Journalists,” was originally held on March 19, 2013. Not often do you get the chance to learn new search skills from the scientist at Google whose job is to understand users’ search satisfaction. In this free, hourlong, online training, Google senior research scientist Daniel M. Russell will [...]
So, you want to do an investigative business story. You’ve got several ideas, but how do you decide which one to pitch to your editor?
In one hour of self-guided training, Pulitzer winner Michael J. Berens will help you find, develop and pitch a winning investigative story idea.
This self-guided training will help you find “5 Local Economic Stories to Jump on Now.” Join Marilyn Geewax, national economics correspondent for NPR, as she guides you through the top economic issues facing Congress and the president and how you can localize those stories.
The free webinar, “Finding Local Economic Stories in Census Data,” takes place Aug. 27, 2012.
Great stories on your local economy lurk in the 2010 County Business Patterns data from the U.S. Census, set to be released this summer. In this one-hour session, your guide to ferreting out those telling local business tales will be Paul Overberg, database editor for USA Today.
The free webinar, “Finding Local Jobs Stories in BLS Data,” takes place July 10, 2012. CNNMoney’s senior writer, Tami Luhby, offers tips on using data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics to find jobs stories in your community.
The free webinar, “Economics 101,” was originally held June 26-28, 2012. Marilyn Geewax, senior business editor for NPR’s National Desk, demystifies economics for business journalists by breaking down complicated concepts and making them easier to understand.
The free workshop, “Uncovering the Best Local Business Stories,” was originally held at the University of Kentucky’s Institute for Rural Journalism on April 13, 2012, and at Texas Christian University’s Texas Center for Community Journalism on April 26, 2012.