Looking forward to the future of journalism

Watchdog blog roundup for 2-21-11

Printing Press

What others are saying about watchdog journalism:

  • Tablets, eReaders and Long-Form Investigative Journalism | Investigative News Network
    “Most every major news outlet now has a tablet application or device-optimized layout that makes the reading experience more mobile, interactive and user-friendly. Together, these technologies are making long-form investigative writing more accessible for people who want in-depth, focused and meaningful reporting.”
  • Most important investigative question is ‘Who cares?’ | Reynolds Center
    Great journalism tips from New York Times reporter Diana Henriques. “The most forgotten question about an investigative project. Say I prove my thesis: Who cares? Does it matter? Would people care? It’s the essential question and the one we have to ask now.”
  • What 2011 holds for investigative reporting | Poynter
    “Despite newsroom layoffs in 2010 and economic forecasts that this may be a tough year for media companies, several top investigative journalists say 2011 could be a turning point for their craft.”