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Investigative Reporting: Gone The Way Of The Typewriter?

Ah, local TV news. Weather, sports, ambulance chasing. No real reporting, right? Not so fast. Amid growing attention to a small indigenous community in southeastern Nevada whose health and traditional practices have been devastated by pollution spewed from a nearly 50-year-old coal-fired power plant near their homes, NBC affiliate News…

Hearing is Believing: 8 Tips for A successful Radio Interview

Sandwiched between the security of a familiar newspaper reporter and the lure of a smashing TV expose, non-profits often underestimate the power of an excellent radio interview. We’ve got tips, but first let’s understand why radio is important. Radio is the second most common media in Americans’ lives (93% of…