Category Archives: investigative reporting

Webster SPJ grad wins Chronicle prize

A former SPJ student member at Webster University in St. Louis and recent Webster graduate has won a $3,000 reporting prize for his work as an intern. Daniel Bauman received the 2014 David W. Miller Award for Young Journalists given … Continue reading

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Learn how to use data and mapping tools to find news stories

Learn the basics about mining information online for stories and reports when Walker Moskop, data reporter at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, demonstrates how he uses government data and mapping tools to find news, add depth to coverage, and create unique online content for … Continue reading

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How well has media covered the Affordable Care Act?

Despite the conflict and drama filling national news reports daily, one issue has dominated the news unlike any other for the past several weeks: the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare. It prompted a government shutdown, … Continue reading

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Watchdog journalism highlights one-day seminar

Time is running out to register for a one-day seminar on watchdog journalism next week. You have until Friday to register for the Sept. 26 seminar hosted by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 900 North Tucker Boulevard, in downtown St. Louis. … Continue reading

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