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Saturday, August 13 • 11:30 - 13:30
Breaking down a behemoth investigation into bite-sized tasks (Storyology Plus Workshop)

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When you approach a huge global investigation — masses of data, multiple countries, so many stories — where do you start? This workshop will break down the strategy behind a giant investigative story, exploring how to go about auditing documents and data sets, dividing the workload of research and reporting, collaborating with other outlets, and publishing a series of stories in multiple formats and platforms.

NOTE: This workshop is included in the Storyology Plus Pass, but not included in the regular Storyology Pass. Be sure to check you have the right pass before adding this workshop to your online schedule! Register for the workshop with a pass using this eventbrite link

Speakers
avatar for Heidi Blake

Heidi Blake

Investigations editor, BuzzFeed (UK)
Heidi Blake is BuzzFeed's UK Investigations Editor, leading a team of four reporters in London, and was previously Assistant Editor of The Sunday Times, attached to the Insight investigations team. She uncovered the “Tennis Racket” match-fixing scandal which rocked the 2016 Australian Open and her previous work on the Fifa Files — a cache of hundreds of millions of leaked documents from inside world football — helped bring... Read More →
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Paul Farrell

Reporter, Guardian Australia
Paul Farrell is a Guardian Australia journalist who produces investigations about immigration detention, national security and corporate affairs. He's broken major stories about Australia's immigration detention system and has worked on global investigations including the Panama Papers and the HSBC Swiss tax files. He also writes extensively about press freedom in Australia and how journalists' sources has been chased by the federal government.


Saturday August 13, 2016 11:30 - 13:30
The Old Bakery 245 Chalmers St, Redfern NSW 2016

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