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28 April 2009
There is a provocative article in the latest edition of Journalism called "Why alternative journalism matters." It's worth reading, and it's worth thinking about the value of studying alternative
23 April 2009
Those of us old enough to remember the economic situation of the early 1980s may be wondering: is history repeating itself in the way the media are valuing investigative journalism? The 1970s
22 April 2009
"The internet is well suited to detect scandals that require lots of bloggers to spend a little bit of time searching for bits of incriminating evidence. But it's no substitute for serious
21 February 2007
The Committee for Concerned Journalists has a variety of tools on its website to help journalists, students and teachers, including this list of seven basic tools for Investigative Reporting produced


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