Six months to do a story? Hardly. Hear from editors and reporters whose stories unfold at the speed of spot news. Learn how to tackle investigations based on breaking news without sacrificing daily coverage. Discover the benefits of rolling out stories in an ongoing investigation rather than waiting weeks or months to publish or go on air with all of the findings.
Ziva leads a team at The Washington Post focused on business investigations and enterprise. She previously worked as a senior editor at Reveal and spent more than 20 years at the Tulsa World, where she and Cary Aspinwall were 2015 finalists for the Pulitzer Prize in local reporting. That same year, they founded The Frontier, an independent investigative newsroom in Tulsa. Ziva is serving her third term as an IRE board member.
Mark Mazzetti is Washington Investigative Correspondent for The New York Times. He covered national security at The Times for more than a decade, and was part of the team that won a Pulitzer Prize in 2018 for reporting on ties between the Trump campaign and Russia. He shared a Pulitzer Prize in 2009 for coverage of Afghanistan and Pakistan and is a three time winner of the George L. Polk award. @markmazzettiNYT
@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.
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