Executive Producer, Scripps Washington DC Bureau
Executive Producer Podcasts, Scripps Washington DC, Global Media consultant on innovation, storytelling and serialized podcasting, co-founder and Executive Editor of Reveal investigative radio show, former Deputy Managing Editor of NPR’s Investigative team and Executive Producer of CBC’s investive team. Author, Mom, Traveler, Sailor
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Investigative podcasts are currently some of the most popular series among podcast listeners and are well suited to the many twists and turns of an investigation. What does it take to get into this hot medium? How can you benefit from using effective audio and storytelling techniques to draw listeners in to investigative stories?
Join this international panel of investigative reporters and producers who have turned their investigations into impactful and award-winning podcasts in Canada, Germany, France, and the US.
French translation for this session is provided by CFI, the French media development organization.
From the unstoppable rise of the podcast and the latest mobile-friendly formats, to storytelling on social media platforms, or with games or virtual reality, new ways of telling -- and engaging -- audiences are emerging as quickly as the technology behind them appears. Our panelists will be sharing their experiences in new ways of storytelling, talking about how they did it and what they learned along the way. They'll also delve into the issues which effect the largest and smallest newsrooms, including how these projects can fit into limited budgets while working with existing skill sets, and discussing challenges and opportunities around creating compelling stories while staying true to our core work as investigative journalists.