Art of the interview
Learn strategies to prep for interviews, approach sources, handle tough situations, navigate ethical trouble-spots and more.
Howard Berkes was an NPR correspondent for 38 years. He spent 20 years covering the American West and a decade focused on rural America. Berkes also covered eight Olympic Games, and closed out his NPR career with eight years as an investigative reporter. He earned more than 40 journalism awards for investigative, science, business, sports, breaking news, health and feature reporting, and was awarded a Nieman Foundation Journalism Fellowship at Harvard University in 1997. @hberkes
Judy Fahys is InsideClimate News's first staff reporter in the Mountain West, where climate change, energy and pollution of all sorts provide endless fodder for stories. A longtime member of Investigative Reporters and Editors and a Society of Environmental Journalists board member, she previously worked at the Salt Lake Tribune and NPR Utah.
Loosen Lips: A Tip Sheet for Investigative Interviews
Reporter Judy Fahys gives lasting tips on how to get your interviewee to talk. Learn strategies to prep for interviews, approach sources, handle tough situations, navigate ethical trouble-spots and more.