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TV and radio journalists make up a sizable portion of IRE's membership. To better serve their platform-specific needs, IRE makes available training and resources geared toward investigative broadcast journalists. A partnership with Knight Foundation provides funding for specialized workshops and resources aimed at elevating the caliber of watchdog reporting in local TV newsrooms across America.

Tipsheets & Audio

We've gathered resources from our TV workshops here. Please note that sessions with the same title contain different materials in different cities, as those sessions were presented by different speakers. Here's our TV workshop resource roundup:

Detroit (October 2019): Watchdog state of mind; Digging into public records; Breaking news exercise; Art of the investigative interview; Digital detective work

Denver (Sept. 2019): This just in: An interactive exercise in breaking news; How to be a digital detective; Digging into public records; Art of the interview; From roadmap to test-drive: Putting our skills to the test

Philadelphia (April 2019): Prying loose public records; Master the investigative interview; Show me, don’t tell me!; Enterprise stories for TV; Turning data into TV and online gold; 30 stories in 60 minutes

Seattle (April 2019): 30 stories in 60 minutes; Turning data into TV and online gold; Art of the investigative interview; Prying loose public records; Social media search and verification

Baltimore (Sept. 2018) (Part of the National Excellence in Journalism conference): Digital storytelling; Prying loose public records; 30 stories in 60 minutes; Digital sleuthing

Dallas (Sept. 2018): Watchdog state of mind; Prying loose public records; FOI Laws for Texas Journalists; Digital storytelling; Digital state of mind; Art of the interview; Accountability interviews; 30 stories in 60 minutes; Digital sleuthing on deadline
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