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Investigative reporting

Resources for your next investigative reporting project

The following is an excerpt from a Beat Basics Update by Rob Wells on investigative business reporting. You can read the entire update to the ebook here. There are vast resources for investigative business reporting

Investigative reporting on business

By Rob Wells Investigative reporting allows you to reveal unethical business behavior that is harming investors and society at large. This guide by Rob Wells, Ph.D., a University of Arkansas

Barlett & Steele Bronze Award: How We Did It

Reporters at MedPage Today and the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel spent nine months looking into the issue known as medicalization. Medicalization is how drug companies and the doctors on their payrolls

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More tips for building a winning business investigation

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;

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Building winning business investigations

Glenn Hall, Executive Editor at the Washington Post shares his tips for creating winning business investigations. He originally shared these tips at Reynolds Week 2016. Megan Calcote hosts the podcast

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Investigative reporting with Michael Grabell

In this episode, hosts Micki Maynard and Mark Remillard kicked off Season Two of the weekly business journalism podcast How to Cover Money. This week they talked about data journalism

Michael Grabell: How I covered temporary workers

  In four feature stories and 22 follow-up articles, Michael Grabell, an investigative reporter at ProPublica, brought the safety of temporary workers into the spotlight. His research found that in

2014 Barlett and Steele Winners

Tips from 2014 Barlett & Steele Award winners

Reuters investigative reporter Megan Twohey traveled across the country and delved into some of the darkest parts of the Internet to explore a horrifying and rarely seen sector of the

Intern wins Polk Award – what next?

At only 22-years-old, one recent Arizona State University graduate has already accomplished what most professionals take years to achieve. Lauren Kyger has won the 2013 George Polk Award in Journalism

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