You just released a major investigation – Yay, it’s done! Oh sh*t. Now what?
Four experts give you strategies for identifying follow-ups and using social media to keep your story alive and create the biggest impact.
Andrew Finlayson is the EVP of Digital and Social Media Strategies at SmithGeiger, an international research and consulting company. He was a Knight Fellow at Stanford University and before that was a news director in Chicago, San Francisco and Nashville. He is the author of "Questions That Work". @questionswork
Anne Galloway is the founder and editor of VTDigger in Montpelier, Vermont. In 2017, she was a finalist for the Ancil Payne Award for Ethics, the Al Neuharth Innovation in Investigative Journalism Award and the Investigative Reporters and Editors FOIA Award for her investigation into allegations of foreign investor fraud at Jay Peak Resort.
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.
Noah Pransky is an investigative reporter who collected national Cronkite, Polk, duPont, and Murrow awards for his watchdog work while at WTSP in Tampa Bay. He recently brought his out-of-the-box government, consumer, and sports business watchdogging to New York City, a return to the region where Pransky began his career as a sports anchor/reporter.
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