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Investigative Reporting in the Digital Era
Investigative Reporting in the Digital Era (16:47)
In the new world of tweets, blogs, and citizen journalism, what is the outlook for true investigative reporting? This program highlights the ways investigative journalism is changing, particularly in the context of digital and online media.
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El Paso Times - Latest News
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