||David Boardman, Ken Wells
||The Seattle Times, The Wall Street Journal
||Reporting Conference 2001
||You're about to wrap up a fabulous earth-shaking investigative project and it's time to write the story. Start here! Making a story "lean and logical" and not reminding your readers how long an investigation took are among the 20 pragmatic tips these top editors offer. This is the tipsheet for reporters interested in crafting a story that showcases information and adds that professional polish and eagle-eye clarity.
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