December 17, 2012 · Posted in: General, Media

Pulitzer prize winners
share reporting tips

THOSE JOURNALISTS aspiring for a Pulitzer Prize (and even those who are not) may be happy to know that Pulitzer Prize winners regularly hold seminars to share valuable knowledge and tips on how to best practice the profession of journalism.

Sheila Coronel, founding executive director of the Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism (PCIJ) and current director of the Tony Stabile Center for Investigative Journalism in Columbia University, shares excerpts from the recent Pulitzer Prize Seminar entitled Holding up the Mirror, and featuring this year’s winners of one of the premier awards of journalism.

In her blog Watchdog Watcher, Coronel, who also moderated the seminar, said this year’s Pulitzer winners were asked questions that many journalists all over the world would also have liked to ask – “how they worked in teams, where they got the information for their databases, and how they got people to talk to them when they knocked on their doors at night.”

Read Sheila Coronel’s blog and watch excerpts of the seminar here.

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