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Investigative Journalism: BadBadNotGood

This past weekend we watched Whiplash and yes, it was as good as everyone said it was…if not better. I loved it. It had me all fired up afterward and the last five minutes of the movie alone are worth the price of admission. 982 more words


Investigative journalism: the best of times and the worst of times

Two posts this month painting very different pictures of investigative journalism in the second decade of the 21st century. 383 more words

Online Journalism

To go or not to go, that's the reporter's question

Recently, my friend and I got into a debate on whether or not it is journalists jobs to go to a dangerous crime scene. I am not saying that either one of us is right or wrong, but we had completely opposite opinions on the matter. 294 more words


Investigative Reporters and Editors

Living in a small town like Columbia, Missouri, can be a challenge for a foreign girl like me: being far away from my family, language barrier, lack of public transportation, missing Korean food… The list can go on forever. 619 more words

Investigative Journalism

Private foster-care agencies: Where government inefficiency, the free market and magical thinking collide

By Matthew E. Milliken
Feb. 27, 2015

On Thursday, Mother Jones published a lengthy look at private foster-care agencies, some of which are nonprofit, others of which are for-profit. 1,025 more words


Fifa Files exposé by Sunday Times joint winner of Paul Foot Award 2014

Private Eye’s reporting on a corrupt contract between the UK and Saudi Arabia shares award with Sunday paper’s investigation into 2022 World Cup voting
Paul Foot Award 2014 winners… 71 more words