Treading the Line Between Public Interest News and Campaigning Journalism


When you think of public interest news, it is easy to think of council meetings and local politics. But the broader national and international investigations also fall under this banner.

At last week's IMPRESS Trust In Journalism conference, two prominent investigative journalists shared notes on how they work differently to uncover the truth, and how they avoid being seen as advocates for the subjects of their journalism.

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