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Producing the Investigative Report

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Presented at the 2011 Computer Assisted Reporting Conference, Raleigh, N.C., on Feb. 24.

Presented at the 2011 Computer Assisted Reporting Conference, Raleigh, N.C., on Feb. 24.

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  • 1. Producing the Investigative Report
    or …
    “Reporters are from Deep Throat. Producers are from Django.”
    Ryan Thornburg
    University of North Carolina
  • 2. Photo by Thomas Roche
  • 3. Photo by Thomas Roche
  • 4.
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  • 7. Be transparent.
    Investigate your reporters.
    Share ideas. Show examples.
    Share ideas. Show examples.
    Demand deadlines.
    Demand deadlines.
    Do video. But get help.
    Lighting isn’t everything.
    Give up the data early.
    Include them in your QA plan.
    Once it launches no changes.
    You will need to update it.
    Re-cap 30 days after launch.
    Re-cap 30 days after launch.

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