Social media sleuthing
When news breaks, you need to be nimble in finding sources, backgrounding people, verifying what's real vs. fake, and staying ahead of the competition. We'll discuss strategies on how to quickly build a digital dossier on someone.
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Nate Carlisle covers polygamy and a view other things at The Salt Lake Tribune. He also teaches investigative journalism at the University of Utah. He has a bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of Missouri. Twitter: @natecarlisle
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
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