Nieman Reports

Summer 2008

Cameras, Action and Accountability

Cover for Summer 2008

"The Web is more important in this presidential campaign and the Pennsylvania primary than the newspaper. Think Web first, and then think newspaper, because you're going to do something different for the newspaper. I'm not saying the newspaper's not important, but first think Web, because if you don't think Web first, it's going to be too late to think Web."

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Politics and the New Media

Summer 2008: Introduction

By Politics and the New Media June 15, 2008

"The Web is more important in this presidential campaign and the Pennsylvania primary than the newspaper. Think Web first, and then think newspaper, because you're going to do something different for the newspaper. I'm not saying the newspaper's not important, but first think Web, because if you don't think Web first, it's going to be too late to think Web." — Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Executive Editor David M. Shribman Read more

21st Century Muckrakers Investigative Journalism: Covering War

Creating an Investigative Narrative

By and 21st Century MuckrakersInvestigative Journalism: Covering War June 15, 2008

On the second morning of the Nieman Foundation's three-day 2008 Conference on Narrative Journalism, Anne Hull, a 1995 Nieman Fellow, and Dana Priest, who investigated and wrote The Washington Post's Pulitzer Prize-winning coverage that exposed harsh conditions for injured soldiers and Marines at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, spoke about "Creating an Investigative Narrative." Read more

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