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- September 17, 2013 Enroll Now
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- Quick Hit Investigations: Daily Deadlines Don't Mean Dull Stories
- Originally Broadcast On:
- September 17, 2013
- Time Estimate:
- One hour for the main presentation and questions. Sometimes presenters stay longer to answer additional questions from participants.
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Don't think you have time for those solid pieces of investigative journalism? You're wrong. Though an hour or two of research time is a rare luxury, there are many ways to produce deep stories on a shallow timeframe.
Nancy Amons produces enterprise TV stories on a daily basis and has more than more than 30 years of experience as a TV journalist. She will share the tricks of the trade that she has learned for working quickly to bring a deeper dimension to daily coverage.
What Will I Learn:
- How to develop investigative techniques for breaking news stories
- How to dig deeper to produce in-depth second-day stories
- How to stay organized so story tips and follow-ups don’t fall through the cracks
- Why you need to create your own “Investigative Hotlinks” resource
- How to keep your inbox full of fresh new stories
Who Should Take this Course:
Seasoned and new reporters, assignment editors and producers, plus anyone who wants to do investigative stories quickly.
Reporter Nancy Amons has spent more than 20 years breaking stories in Middle Tennessee.
She has been voted Tennessee Associated Press's Broadcast Journalist of the Year and has won two National Headliner awards, a Green Eyeshades award, seven Associated Press awards, a Silver Gavel, an Iris, four Emmys and awards from the American Women in Radio and TV, Mothers Against Drunk Driving and the Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association.
Nancy was born in Massachusetts and is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of the University of Southern California.
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