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WE HIGHLY RECOMMEND TWO BOOKS FOR JOURNLAISM ASPIRANTS 

Team Peacock Media

Want to go deeper into Public Records?

The go to-guy is David Cuillier at the University of Arizona. You can check out the book he co-wrote awhile back with Charles Davis book, The Art of Access.

Investigative Journalism

Monsanto Silences Journalists

When WTVT, a Fox television station in Tampa, Flordia launched an investigative news segment, I’m sure they had no idea how deep their journalists would dig… 560 more words

Journalism

A Demagogue With Eerie Resonance Today

Book review: The Road to Jonestown, by Jeff Guinn

Bestselling investigative journalist Jeff Guinn writes a comprehensive biography of Jim Jones and his infamous Peoples Temple cult, drawing heavily on interviews with former members and a wealth of Temple and FBI documents. 1,098 more words

Narrative Nonfiction

ANCC: S-Town

“It’s a podcast about a podcast!” Join the Gorehound, Nick, and Jen as they discuss the blockbuster podcast, S-Town. Be aware, spoilers galore ahead. What’s all this buzz about? 12 more words

Opinion

The Revelator, an online news and ideas initiative of the Center for Biological Diversity 

The Revelator aims to be a new voice for conservation in the 21st century. The Revelator provides investigative reporting, analysis and stories at the intersection of politics, conservation, art, culture, endangered species, climate change, economics and the future of wild species, wild places and the planet. 169 more words

Wildlife

DARK MONEY by Jane Mayer

Even though I knew Jane Mayer’s DARK MONEY (subtitled The Hidden History of the Billionaires Behind the Rise of the Radical Right) would be impeccably written and assiduously fact-checked (she writes for… 354 more words

Nonfiction