Ever wonder how award-winning investigative journalists find their stories and report them to change public discourse?
Get the inside track over Tutta Bella appetizers next Thursday, Oct. 15 from 6 p.m to 8 p.m., where you’ll learn from The Seattle Globalist’s own investigative pros, News Editor Venice Buhain and contributor Lael Henterly.
Venice will share her extensive experience digging for investigative leads to produce groundbreaking stories, and guide participants through the process of sourcing and finding the right information to generate meaningful story prospects.
Award-winning investigative reporter Lael Henterly, will join us for a Q&A at 7:30 p.m. to discuss her expose of GEO Group profiting off of the Northwest Detention Center’s adverse conditions.
Sign up to join us next Thursday, or check out our next “Writing with Voice” workshop with Globalist Columnist Reagan Jackson on Nov. 19!
The “Getting the Scoop: Basics of Investigative Reporting” workshop is part of the yearlong community workshop series, “Your City. Your Story. Your Voice” dedicated to harnessing the voices of Seattle’s diverse communities through new media skills and publishing opportunities with The Globalist.