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
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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
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