Work Better Track: Team writing without murdering each other
Journalism is more collaborative today than ever before. Whether on a daily story or a major project, writing with colleagues can bring out the best in everyone. It can also be contentious and infuriating. Get practical tips on dealing with frustrations and big egos, and getting the most from your collaborations.
Matt Apuzzo is a two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist for the New York Times. He is an international investigative reporter, based in Brussels. He previously spent more than a decade in Washington covering law enforcement and security matters.
Adam Goldman is a reporter with The New York Times, where he covers the FBI and national security. He previously worked at The Washington Post and The Associated Press. He got his start in journalism at newspapers in Charlottesville, Va., and Birmingham, Ala. He's a two-time Pulitzer Prize winner. He coauthored a book with Matt Apuzzo called: "Enemies Within: Inside the NYPD's Secret Spying Unit and bin Laden's Final Plot Against America." He lives in Washington D.C.
Emily Le Coz is GateHouse Media’s national data projects editor and oversees a team of journalists dedicated to data-driven investigations. Previously, she served as deputy investigations editor for the Sarasota Herald-Tribune, where she and her team won numerous national awards for a series called “Bias on the Bench,” about racial discrimination in criminal sentencing. Prior to that, she was an investigative reporter for the Clarion Ledger in Jackson, Miss.
Lucille Sherman is GateHouse Media’s national data reporter. She works on national, data-driven projects for the company and assists newspapers with their own data projects. She is an Oklahoma native and University of Missouri graduate.
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