Tag: investigative news network

by Julie Keck

1. Scientific proof that no one pays attention to banner ads (Alice Truong / Quartz) 2. New York Times showcases short documentaries funded through Kickstarter (Natalie Jarvey / The Hollywood Reporter) 3. ONA, Poynter announce first class of 25 for Women’s Leadership Academy (Jane McDonnell / Online News Association) 4. Retailers told to adapt or […] more »

by Denise Malan

Collaboration is more than just a buzzword. It could be one of the pillars that keeps investigative journalism standing. Look at some of the most recent examples of investigative projects that are making a difference: The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists worked with 86 investigative journalists from 46 countries to shine light on the seedy […] more »

by Evelyn Larrubia

It used to be taboo for one media organization to publish another’s investigation. Issues of trust, pride and reputation can still cause some news executives pause. But in many newsrooms, the prohibition against co-publishing is waning, if not dead. Take, for instance, “Who Can Vote?“, News21 package of stories on voter fraud and ID laws […] more »

by Evelyn Larrubia

Cohesion can be difficult in any project — but it’s especially challenging in long-distance collaborations among newsrooms, the kind of journalism the Investigative News Network tries to foster among our growing consortium of 62 members. How do you get a group of journalists scattered around the country to coalesce around an idea? There are many […] more »