Crime, corruption, environmental destruction, the flow of money, goods and people are now all cross-border issues. This course is designed to equip students with the skills to find and research original, ground-breaking stories. It will cover digital research, using public records and databases to find stories, computer-assisted reporting, in-depth interviewing, beating the competition, and writing stories that make an impact. It will feature guest lecturers and students will report on live, cross-border stories.
Date: July 11 – 22 (Monday-Friday)
Time: 9.30 am – 1 pm
Course fee: $6,200
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Chan Pui-king, former editor-in-chief of Next Magazine who has lead teams on investigative projects involving political, corporate and business issues. She has nearly two decades of experience in media management and has written a guide on access to public information in Hong Kong that has become an authoritative reference for journalists.
A basic understanding of journalism, acquired from school or work.
Recommended for students; from pre-college to university level. A new session may be offered for working journalists; for enquiries please contact Kylie Chan at firstname.lastname@example.org or 2219-4416.