Mobilizing for breaking news
Jennifer is deputy chief of investigations for The Wall Street Journal. In that position she helps manage a team of 8 reporters, 6 data specialists, a news researcher, a graphics editor and a videographer. Most recently she has managed a 3-year data driven probe of derelict health care on Native American reservations. She helped to run the Journal's coverage of Trump's hush money, for which the team won the Pulitzer prize for national reporting.
THE FAST LANE: SOME RULES FOR THE ROAD
Forsyth, US Editor for the Journal, gives great tips on what to do when news breaks. Her slides take you step by step of how the Journal covered the West, Texas explosion in 2013 in the first days of the tragedy.