Investigative Journalism

Investigative journalism is a form of journalism in which reporters deeply investigate a single topic of interest, such as serious crimes, political corruption, or corporate wrongdoing. An investigative journalist may spend months or years researching and preparing a report. Investigative journalism is a primary source of information. Most investigative journalism is conducted by newspapers, wire services, and freelance journalists. Practitioners sometimes use the terms "watchdog journalism" or "accountability reporting.
Posts about Investigative Journalism
  • Will Brands Fund the Next ‘Spotlight’?

    … In March, Amazon Prime chose to promote its new season of the police drama Bosch with “How to Solve a Murder,” a hard-hitting series of true crime articles produced with Guardian Labs, the publication’s branded content studio. Earlier in 2016, coffee brand Kenco spread word of its charitable farming project with Coffee vs Gangs, a collection…

    The Content Strategist- 9 readers -
  • You Don’t Have to Be First If You Do It Best

    … and how he describes himself as “unemployable.” He is hardly the first person to ever make a living on the Internet. He is hardly the first person to monetize his blog. He was not the first person to sign up with MOBE. He was not the first one to post a video on YouTube about his MOBE earnings. But you know what? He’s certainly doing all of those…

    Michael Kwan/ John Chow dot Com- 10 readers -
  • Why Silicon Valley and media don’t mix easily

    … The publishing industry’s white knight, in the form of billionaire techie, is turning out to be an awkward rescue. It initially was heartening when tech entrepreneurs offered publishers a lifeline, with former eBay founder Pierre Omidyar vowing to plow $250 million into investigative journalism, Amazon chief Jeff Bezos scooping up The Washington…

    Lucia Moses/ Digiday- 23 readers -
  • We’ve Gone Full Circle – How Viral Content Gets Scraped and Re-purposed

    One trend in content marketing that’s been popular for some time now involves scraping the web for unique and engaging content and then repurposing it for use on a different channel. In some ways, this is safe to do, yet in others, it can cause quite a bit of harm – read, plagiarism. Of course, if we just glance over any trending headline we’ll find that even some of the mos ...

    Jesse Aaron/ Mashbout- 26 readers -
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