updated Sat. December 31, 2022
Radio & Television Business Report
April 10, 2018
Well, my honorable fellow radio and television colleagues, allow this meek and humble Ol' Dad to don my Forensic Journalism cap to justify that first paragraph. It was just one year ago last month that Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) initiated S.J. Res.34, the Senate version of House Resolution No. 34. That wouldÃâÃÂ ...
February 28, 2018
However, a culturally forensic look at this forensic journalism reveals a bias for presumption of some crime, a bias towards judging the morality of a woman who may have sipped alcohol, and a bias towards examining choices including marriage to a previously married man, a plastic surgery or eating habitsÃâÃÂ ...
January 8, 2018
'The government is [at least] beginning to recognise the value of green infrastructure.' Photograph: Alamy Stock Photo. “A culture is no better than its woods,” wrote WH Auden. “Tree planting is not synonymous with conservation,” argued revered ecologist Oliver Rackham. “It is an admission thatÃâÃÂ ...
Dale & Co.
January 6, 2018
Like many forensic journalists, I didn't find Wolff especially likeable. He wasn't there to be liked, though. He was there to do a job, and to my mind the entire experience showed me what a great journalist he is. I've since followed his work in Vanity Fair, GQ and The Guardian. Never once have I found hisÃâÃÂ ...
Channel 4 News (blog)
August 22, 2017
Newsrooms are not always known for their caring sharing environment and the arrival of a new reporter is a bit like a stray animal pitching up into the middle of a pack – everyone staring suspiciously at the new arrival, looking them up and down and wondering just how much of a threat this person is goingÃâÃÂ ...
May 22, 2017
WhoWhatWhy is a nonprofit investigative reporting site that describes itself as "forensic journalism" that looks to "unearth the facts interested parties want hidden." Its editor-in-chief and CEO is Russ Baker, who has written for The New York Times, The New Yorker and The Washington Post. Baker is also theÃâÃÂ ...
August 3, 2016
I like the worldwide coverage and the letters from readers outside the US. Douglas Clark. The Guardian never ceases to amaze me with the breadth of its coverage, the strength of its analysis and the power of its commitment to forensic journalism. Anne. John Graham. Bruce Lyman Blakemore. Jane Doerry.
July 14, 2016
Kingston is a first-rate forensic journalist, who has a deep need for politics to be more than it is, an urge that can get her into trouble — as her book Off The Rails documents, simultaneously the story of Pauline Hanson's 1990s rise and fall by a journalist following her around, and an account of StockholmÃâÃÂ ...
Columbia Journalism Review
March 1, 2016
If Baker calls his subject “deep politics,” he calls his practice “forensic journalism,” by which he means probing a story to find what might be going on beneath the surface–whether the attack on a US embassy in Benghazi might have been the result of a botched CIA operation, or how much the FBIÃâÃÂ ...
September 4, 2015
"Forensic Journalism would have been a great help in Aarushi murder case and ongoing Sheena Bora case. Its really going to assist the investigative journalism. Presence of qualified forensic journalist will be a big help says," Dr Vimal Rarh, Forensic Science Expert at SGTB Khalsa College, Delhi.
April 22, 2015
"We start with forensic journalism," he said, "it then goes to technology, and then collaboration." There are people who think if we get it up early and ... Forensic journalism starts with asking 'is it too good to be true', a standard for a true cynics at the start of any story. Beyond that, questions should be basedÃâÃÂ ...
November 28, 2014
ABC director of news Kate Torney said Dempster's departure was a "huge loss" and described his coverage of corruption in Queensland and New South Wales as "exemplars of the fearless and forensic journalism which has earned Quentin the respect and admiration of his peers and the gratitude of hisÃâÃÂ ...