Art of the interview
Learn strategies to prep for interviews, approach sources, handle tough situations, navigate ethical trouble-spots and more.
Howard Berkes is a retired investigations correspondent with 38 years at NPR. He's garnered 4 IRE awards, including an IRE medal, for stories on workplace & coal mine safety, & a "race to the bottom" in state workers' comp laws. Berkes also earned more than 40 journalism awards for breaking news, and investigative, science, sports, health & business reporting. And he's covered 8 Olympic Games. He was a 1998 Nieman Fellow at Harvard & has an unhealthy addiction to sweet tea & BBQ. @hberkes
Judy will join ICN as its new Mountain West Regional Reporter, beginning in September, focusing climate change, energy, water and public lands in the West. She covered the same issues at NPR Utah/KUER for five years. Previously, she worked in newspapers on the politics, business and environment beats in Utah and as a correspondent on Capitol Hill in Washington.
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.