Broadcast: Rolling out the big investigation (Sponsored by National Association of Broadcasters)
Rolling out the big investigation no longer means “made for TV” and, for most of us, it doesn’t mean disappearing for months to work on one story. See how rolling out an investigation in multiple parts can give each piece laser focus and result in long-term traction that can drive results. We’ll also show you how to target social media influencers to build interest before the story breaks, and how to use multiple platforms within and outside your newsroom to increase your audience.
Jodie is an investigative reporter with NBC4 in Washington and joined the IRE Board in 2019. Her work has changed laws regarding criminally-charged police officers, house stealing by sovereign citizens and misuse of a real estate law to hold up home sales. Jodie has been honored by the FBI Director and the head of Georgia's police training agency. She's earned an IRE Award for Innovation, an Alfred I. duPont award, 18 regional Emmys and several Murrow awards. @jodienbc4
Angela M. Hill is a national investigative producer with Scripps Washington Bureau where she reports and produces national stories for the company’s digital platforms and 34 television stations across 27 markets. She has won several honors including two Emmy Awards, two Peabody Awards and the George Polk Award. Angela has helped produce stories that have triggered congressional hearings, prompted legislative action and led to new laws. @AngelaMHill
@JRogalskiKHOU is a three-time duPont Columbia University Award winner who enjoys digging through data and public records to hold the powerful accountable. The latest deep-dive from the KHOU 11 Investigates team, "Unforgivable," told the stories of those impacted by the child sex abuse crisis in the Catholic church.
Rolling Out the Big Investigation
Creating a story plan is a helpful first step in keeping your story focused and organized with reporting and storytelling elements.