Tag Archives: Investigative reporting

Investigative journalism: A democracy’s demand

By CONNIE M. FOSSI The high operating costs, need for return on investment, and other demands of news organizations has put one of the most valuable elements of journalism, investigative reporting, at serious risk. However, hundreds of news professionals and … Continue reading

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What young journalists can learn from ‘All the President’s Men’

By SAIRA SUMBAL A movie that every American and, better yet, every journalist, should see: “All the President’s Men.” The 1976 movie was nominated for eight Academy Awards, including best picture, and won two. And aside from Bob Woodward’s suave haircut (played … Continue reading

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Investigative news channel available on YouTube

By DANIELA RODRIGUEZ Journalism has evolved over the years. It has gone from newspapers and magazines and now to broadcast news and channels on YouTube. There is no need to turn on the TV or go to the local newsstand. … Continue reading

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Reporting center keeps in-depth journalism alive

By ELIZABETH DE ARMAS Browsing through Google Blogs this morning, I came across a very interesting non-profit organization, the Center for Investigative Reporting. Founded in 1977, the CIR is the oldest non-profit investigative reporting organization around. It doesn’t just “repost news” … Continue reading

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Investigative reporting in the hands of students

By DANIELA RODRIGUEZ As journalism students, we feel like we have the duty to be ethical and provide the best coverage on a political topic. That is why it is refreshing to see that News21, a Carnegie Corporation of New … Continue reading

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Spokeo.com: Journalists’ research dream or privacy concern?

By JAMIE STEPHENS Could Spokeo.com be the new era of investigative reporting? While some say Spokeo is a hazardous and invasive new website that compromises privacy rules for citizens all over the nation, others (especially news reporters) may argue that … Continue reading

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