The Reporter's Handbook by Steve Weinberg
An Investigator's Guide To Documents and Techniques

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Reporters, editors, and journalists will find this third edition of The Reporter's Handbook an even more impressive resource than prior editions. This essential tool for serious journalists identifies hundreds of documents and human sources in both private and government sectors. It provides step-by-step methods for tracking paper trails, people trails, and computer trails. The book also includes coverage of library research, computer-assisted reporting, case studies, anecdotes, and IRE contest-winning pieces. This new edition features chapters on the environment, transportation, housing, financial institutions, international investigation, utilities, and non-profit organizations. Under the sponsorship of Investigative Reporters and Editors, Inc., Steven Weinberg has revised and polished this journalism classic into a must-have reference guide for the classroom and the newsroom.

About Steve Weinberg

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Steve Weinberg is a nationally known investigative reporter. Former executive director of Investigative Reporters and Editors, Inc. (IRE), and executive director of The IRE Journal, he teaches at the University of Missouri, Columbia. He lives in Columbia, Missouri.
Published August 15, 1995 by St. Martin's Press. 553 pages
Genres: Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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It has been said that in the US the great political issues end up becoming legal ones.

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