Topic: Project Reporting

The News Gap With the Poor: Engagement, Then Silence
‘I got the feeling that once welfare had been “reformed,” the news story was simply over.’
By Jennifer Friedlin
Advice About Doing Project and Daily Reporting at the Same Time
By Dan England
A Small Newspaper Tackles a Big Investigative Project
The persistence of two reporters pays off in revealing how local government failed residents who worried about connections between corporate behavior and the high incidence of brain cancer.
By Kevin P. Craver
Exploring Connections and Tensions
The small local newspaper in Greeley, Colorado devoted considerable time and space to examining the gaps emerging in its community.
By Dan England
Using Multimedia to Tell an Investigative Story About Innocence
‘Two departments within our newspaper—editorial and new media—had to work closely together to construct the project.’
By Christine Young