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Resource ID: #451
Subject: 83
Source: 975Matthew Mosk, AC Thompson, Jenifer McKim, Azmat Khan
Affiliation: ABC News, ProPublica, New England Center for Investigative Reporting, Al Jazeera America
Date: 2014



Senior citizens neglected to death, coal miners struck with black lung and blocked from help, abused children whose cries go unheard, and forgotten creditors in a city's high profile bankruptcy mess. These are stories that often go overlooked until a reporter focuses the public lens on its victims. In this panel, reporters will talk about what makes a good story, provide tips on finding unheard victims, and discuss challenges about writing three-dimensional stories about situations that aren't always clear cut.

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