Posts tagged 'Investigating Power'
Posted: Aug. 12, 2013 | Tags: Investigating Power
Workshop Executive Editor Charles Lewis wraps up his speaking tour in Australia Tuesday, when he will talk about Investigating Power at the University of Melbourne's Center for Advancing Journalism.
Earlier this month, Lewis spoke at the Byron Bay Writers' Festival, in Byron Bay, Australia, on the evolution of the investigative journalist, and also at the The Walkley Foundation Storyology Conference in Sydney, about maintaining journalistic excellence when working in a nonprofit newsroom.
He also spoke to 30 Sydney-based editors, news directors and executive producers at an annual meeting to discuss the entries in the national Walkley Awards competition. Journalists ...
On Saturday, April 7, 2012, one of the most extraordinary broadcast journalists in American history died at the age of 93. Mike Wallace piqued those in power for more than half a century, nowhere more famously than on the CBS News program "60 Minutes," between 1968 and 2008.
I first met Mike in 1984, when he called me out of the blue one day and asked if I had any interest in working for "60 Minutes." I had been an off-air investigative reporter at ABC News in Washington for more than six years, and I was restless. Within weeks, I ...