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Investigative Reporting Tools for any Newsroom


Recorded on September 17, 2015

You want to dig into a story that has depth and impact, but does the daily grind always steal your time? In this webinar we will discuss how you can tackle that big project, while feeding the daily beast, and not sacrificing quality.

This session will provide tools necessary so newsrooms with tight resources do not have to fear that they are incapable of doing investigative reporting. All reporting can be considered investigative, and going deeper with story ideas can only enrich the experience for readers.

This session is beneficial for newsrooms or staff looking to incorporate more investigative projects into their reporting and coverage.

Click here to register for this archive. Please fill out the registration information at this link. If you participated in the live viewing, be sure to add in your discount code for free viewing. Once you complete the registration you will receive a link to view the archive.

Meet the Presenter … 

Erin Jordan is an investigative reporter for the Cedar Rapids Gazette and KCRG-TV9 News, where she does in-depth stories on topics that include school funding, tax breaks, food waste, foster care and mental health care. She also serves as board president for the Iowa Center for Public Affairs Journalism, or IowaWatch. Prior to joining the Gazette in 2010, Jordan was the Eastern Iowa Bureau reporter for the Des Moines Register.