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Investigative reporting and social media

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American University’s Prof. Andrew Lih hosts while Mark Glaser is on paternity leave. Investigative reporting is expensive, time-consuming and arduous — much more so than rapid-fire articles that follow the daily breaking news mill. But if the journalism industry is already struggling to pay its bills, what is the future of in-depth, watchdog reporting? One program, Reveal, which debuted Sept. 28, offers a venue for investigative journalism in the form of public radio. The program is the brainchild of the Center for Investigative Reporting and Public Radio Exchange. For this episode of Mediatwits, we’re joined by guests Joaquin Alvarado of the CIR, Jake Shapiro of PRX. We’ll also discuss this week’s drama in the Beltway as Congressional brinksmanship screeched the government to a halt with Elise Hu of National Public Radio, and how this has been covered in the age of social media (PBS Media Shift. Broadcast live on October 4, 2013)

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