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Resource ID: #449
Subject: 178
Source: 975Michael Deeson, Scott Friedman, Eva Parks, Wendy Halloran
Affiliation: WTSP-Tampa Bay, KXAS/NBC5 Dallas-Fort Worth, KXAS/NBC5 Dallas-Fort Worth, KPNX/NBC12 Phoenix
Date: 2014

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Description

Digging deeper into investigations not only means finding the documents you need, but also finding and getting great sound from the target of your investigation, even if that person doesn’t want to talk to you.

In this session, we will explain how to prepare for the potentially confrontational interview; techniques to convince your subject to sit down and explain his or her side of the story; and what do if the subject refuses to sit down and talk.

Viewers expect our investigations to go beyond telling them about wrongdoing, but also showing and hearing from the person or persons responsible.

There are concrete steps you can take to hold those responsible accountable. In addition, there are different preparations to make for a scheduled interview vs. an “unscheduled” interview.

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