Source:20David Barstow, Tom Fiedler, Alex Jones, Blake Morrison
Affiliation:The New York Times, Boston University College of Communication, Shorenstein Center, Reuters
What happens to investigative reporting in an era in which careful reporting and factual accuracy are under relentless pressure from the competition and from the very culture? Is true enough (or truthy) trumping true? If the power of investigative reporting is to change minds, what if the facts
can be dismissed as just sort-of-accurate?