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Resource ID: #184
Subject: 399
Source: 21Alexandra Zayas, Beth Hundsdorfer, Brad Schrade, Ellen Gabler
Affiliation: Tampa Bay Times, Belleville (Ill.) News-Democrat, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s investigative team,
Date: 2013

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These stories are among the most powerful and important stories you can tell as a journalist. Hear how reporters used public records, dogged determination and confidential sources to craft some of the best public service stories of last year. We’ll discuss how to overcome roadblocks such as public records that are deemed “confidential” and what to do when records simply don’t exist. The award-winning panelists (Pulitzer winner, Pulitzer finalist and IRE winner) will also talk about how they crafted well-written stories that got results.

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