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Saturday, April 18 • 4:45pm - 5:45pm
Investigative Reporting: Beyond the Traditional Newsroom

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Across the media landscape, fewer and fewer resources are being devoted to investigative reporting, and reporters who pursue in-depth investigative projects face challenges from shrinking newsrooms to short attention spans. At this panel an array of media professionals will discuss innovative approaches to investigative reporting beyond the realm of a traditional print daily format. Featuring Bernice Yeung of the Center for Investigative Reporting, Tim Redmond of 48hills.org, and Michael Stoll of the San Francisco Public Press.

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Tim Redmond

Founder, 48 Hills
Tim is the Founder of 48 Hills, a blog about news, art, culture and life in San Francisco.
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Michael Stoll

Executive Editor, San Francisco Public Press
Michael Stoll is a journalist, media critic and journalism educator. He is executive director of the San Francisco Public Press, a nonprofit, public-interest news project for the San Francisco Bay Area that aims to do for web and print what public broadcasting has done for radio and television.He currently teaches journalism to undergraduates at the University of San Francisco. Previously he taught editing and reporting at San Jose State... Read More →
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Bernice Yeung

Health and Welfare Reporter, Center for Investigative Reporting
Bernice Yeung is an investigative reporter for The Center for Investigative Reporting focusing on community health. A former staff writer for SF Weekly and editor at California Lawyer magazine, Bernice's work has appeared in media outlets such as The New York Times, San Francisco magazine, Village Voice, KQED-FM, and Mother Jones. Her investigations into human trafficking, domestic violence among immigrant women, and the explosion of girls in the... Read More →


Saturday April 18, 2015 4:45pm - 5:45pm
Hotel Whitcomb (Ballroom)

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