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Going Beyond: Enterprise Stories

Once again, I will revisit the work of Al Tompkins and his book, Aim for the Heart. Tompkins cites a time during a meeting with TV viewers where a man stood up and claimed that TV stations cover the same stories. 480 more words

Investigative Journalism: Current Swell

Podcasts are great.

So is satellite radio, as well as Spotify, Pandora, Soundcloud, etc. Sports radio is a little nuts, but also a little perfect sometimes. 1,266 more words


Blog post 6: The survival of investigative journalism

J.  Edmondstone

Investigative journalism is the most expensive yet vulnerable form of reporting. With the introduction of free 24/7 online news, affects to direct funding have since been in decline. 255 more words

In which I put my investigative journalist hat back on

First, there’s this article: Did A Republican Candidate Campaigning in Shale-Centric Western PA Race Commit Voter Fraud?

Then, there’s this:

I have officially signed on to freelance for the Marcellus Monitor as an investigative reporter. 33 more words

Graduate School

Two Successful Blogs/Websites:

Vice or the art of being bold:

Some of the things they publish are often over the top and very opinionated but that is what they are known for. 482 more words


The Pursuit(s) of Truth & Justice

I wanted to write about the notion of Truth.

After years of digging deep, I came to the conclusion that two of the most important life values for me are Justice and Truth. 546 more words

Investigative Journalism

Track and Verify News with Emergent

‘Emergent is a real-time rumor tracker. It’s part of a research project with the Tow Center for Digital Journalism at Columbia University that focuses on how unverified information and rumor are reported in the media. 435 more words