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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.
Transnational crime is estimated to be as much as a $2.2 trillion annual business. Like a shadow economy, it mirrors the legitimate world with businesses that range from smuggling drugs and wildlife to counterfeiting and human trafficking. The spread of kleptocracies -- criminal states run by corrupt governments -- has blurred lines even further between the underworld and the legitimate world. Here are five journalists from countries who have dug into criminal states and can offer a wealth of tips on how to investigate, stay safe, and follow the money.