Tagged: Reporting tips

Attending annual meetings

Attending annual meetings

December is not the prime annual meeting and proxy season. That’s typically in March and April, when most companies hold their annual meetings. In the past, many business journalists or their newspapers would purchase...

Cool economics reporting resource

Cool economics reporting resource

Do you cover the local, regional or national economy for your media outlet but aren’t really sure about what you’re doing? If that’s the case, then I ran across this cool resource: The Center...

The best corrections of 2005

The best corrections of 2005

If we can’t make fun of ourselves, then who can we make fun of? It’s a saying that I’ve always believed in, and one of my biggest criticisms about the field of business journalism...

Still a classic, 16 years later

Still a classic, 16 years later

I was on the Power Reporting web site earlier today looking for something when I ran across Bill Dedmon‘s series in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution from 1988 about how banks would not lend money in...

Covering nuclear plant filing?

Covering nuclear plant filing?

The Nieman Watchdog Project has a great list of questions for energy reporters to ask if they’re covering a power company that is thinking about filing to build a nuclear plant. The list can...

Covering the Xbox 360 frenzy

Covering the Xbox 360 frenzy

The CJR Daily blog has an excellent analysis of how some business media didn’t just take what Microsoft was spoonfeeding them in covering the debut of the new Xbox 360 game console. You can...

Shopping stories today

Shopping stories today

Here is a compilation of day after Thanksgiving shopping stories that I found online this evening: 1. CNN.com’s headline focused on the bargains that retailers were already offering in its story here. 2. The...