Department of Investigative Journalism


Department of Investigative Journalism
Investigative journalism is a form of journalism in which journalists investigate deeply on one interesting subject: serious crimes, political corruption or corporate irregularities. Investigative journalism is concerned with uncovering matters that are either deliberately concealed by a person in a position of authority, or by mistake, behind a chaotic mass of facts and circumstances - and analysing and disclosing all relevant facts to the public . In this way, investigative journalism contributes decisively to freedom of expression and media development. If you have a passion to learn this type of journalism and learn about all its aspects, join us in this program to build and enhance your research and reporting skills to write powerful investigations capable of changing life and society.

Program themes:

The first axis:
- The concept of investigative journalism
- Investigative journalism models
- The difference between investigative and traditional journalism

The second axis:
- Types of investigations
- Barriers to investigative journalism
- The importance of investigative journalism
- Objectives of investigative journalism
- Stages of writing the investigation
- General advice

The third axis:
- Hypothesis
- Methods of collecting information
-Analysis and updating of information and documents
- Writing style
- Good content

4th axis:
- Address types
Types of introductions
- How do I write the introduction?
- When is the core of the investigation good
- What steel contains

5th axis:
- Cutting steel
- Conclusion
- TV investigation
- Tips




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