Investigative Journalism Has Big Future in Georgia

IREX G-MEDIA consultant in investigative journalism, Brant Houston is giving three days training in Georgia

IREX G-MEDIA consultant in investigative journalism, Brant Houston is giving three days training in Georgia

IREX G-MEDIA consultant in investigative journalism Brant Houston is giving three days training to journalists from different media outlets in Georgia. The group of journalists are trained in using databases and social media for investigations, using numbers and statistics for impact, methodologies of investigative journalism, visualizing datas for investigations and other topics.

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Professor Brant Houston holds the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation Chair in Investigative and Enterprise Reporting. He teaches investigative and advanced reporting in the Department of Journalism in the College of Media at Illinois.

Houston is the author of three editions of the textbook, Computer-Assisted Reporting: A Practical Guide, and co-author of the fourth edition and fifth edition of The Investigative Reporter’s Handbook.

In this brief interview Brant Houston shares with us his opinions about investigative journalism in Georgia.

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