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Saturday, October 10 • 14:30 - 15:30
Studies on How Investigative Journalists Do Their Work

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This session will look at how investigative journalists approach their work from the ethics of involving "fixers" to help with work in foreign lands to how two recent surveys of investigative journalists in the U.S. have provided both demographic details and insight into how and why they do investigative journalism to how New Zealand journalists perform investigations.

Speakers
avatar for James Hollings

James Hollings

Senior Lecturer in Journalism, Massey University
Journalism, big, small, wide, narrow, deep!, After 27 years at it, I still get excited by determined, persistent reporting. I worked as a journalist on newspapers and radio for 18 years, with a special interest in investigation. I now teach on NZ's only Master of Journalism programme... Read More →
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Brant Houston

Knight Chair in Investigative Reporting, University of Illinois
Brant Houston is the Knight Chair in Investigative Reporting at the University of Illinois where he teaches and works on projects and research involving the use of data analysis in journalism. He is co-founder of the Global Investigative Journalism Network and the Institute for Nonprofit... Read More →
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Peter Klein

Journalist and associate professor, UBC Graduate School of Journalism
Peter W. Klein is an Emmy Award-winning journalist and associate professor at the UBC Graduate School of Journalism. He was director of the school 2011-2015.


Saturday October 10, 2015 14:30 - 15:30
Troll (Academic track)

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