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Journalism@Brunel: Ex-MAJ Alan Selby has cracking Mirror investigation into UKIP. Well done Alan

Ukip’s official election merchandise made in foreign factories by foreign workers

20:05, 11 April 2015
By Alan Selby

Despite demanding “British jobs for British workers” Nigel Farage’s ­hypocritical right-wing party is quietly propping up foreign factories… 130 more words

Investigative Journalism

Good journalism gathers no moss

 Rolling Stone published an errant story in November concerning charges by a woman identified as “Jackie” that she was gang-raped by seven men at the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity in 2012 is no secret. 543 more words

Lead Line

Back to basics: Thoughts on the UVA/Rolling Stone scandal

It’s been a while. Apparently taking three classes, working as a senior reporter for the school paper, pursuing an entrepreneurial project, applying to jobs and… 758 more words

Analysis

Alive=RELEVANT

A 28 year-old’s prayer: I will brashly stand and thank God that I’m relevant because of the fact that I’m alive. I’ve even had to adopt an uncomfortable shorthand to keep up with the times, which I’m sure will be displayed by the end of this paragraph (lol). 181 more words

Beauty

Merchants of Doubt

Rating: 3/5

Directed by: Robert Kenner
Starring: Frederick Singer, Naomi Oreskes, Jamy Ian Swiss

At 10:15 on Monday night, I found myself all alone in one of the Bow Tie Criterion’s larger screening rooms, wading through preview after preview and struggling to stay awake.  864 more words

2014 Films

The Art of Storytelling, Like Painting a Picture

Although Daisey wasn’t initially a journalist, he became one once he decide to investigate what happens at Foxconn. He went to a foreign country, interviewed people, and then reported back a story to the public. 312 more words

Apple

Rolling Stone forgot: Investigative reporting is about discovery, not preconceived notions

Investigative reporting is about discovery of a story, not confirmation of your notions.

That is the key mistake Rolling Stone made in its false, and now retracted, story “A Rape on Campus,” as I read the  1,318 more words

Ethics

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