Tagged: Reporting tips

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Forbes introduces anonymous tip function

Business magazine Forbes unveiled Tuesday an online submissions system of the kind pioneered by WikiLeaks for securely, anonymously sharing files and tips with its journalists called SafeSource. Andy Greenberg of the Forbes staff writes,...

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PR and biz reporter relationships, part two

In my last post, I offered the following advice for public relations professionals; “Building strong relationships with reporters is the best way to collaborate on story ideas.” These relationships don’t come easily. They require...

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Frankie Flack: Winning after the verdict

Last week the Columbia Journalism Review published a brief story about how various industry publications wrote notably different news pieces based on one press release. The stories centered around a lawsuit between the Motion...

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The making of a sports business reporter

Steve Kandell of BuzzFeed profiles CNBC sports business reporter Darren Rovell, who is a lightning rod for criticism because of what he covers. Kandell writes, “Darren Rovell, just shy of 400,000 followers strong, does...

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How long should I keep my notes?

In this five-part series, we’ll look at some of the challenges that young business journalists face in today’s media landscape. A common theme running through all five installments is the recognition that avoiding errors...