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This week on The Daily Beat: We are looking into the changing landscape of journalism in the digital age. How does investigative, serious reporting have a place in our age of 140 characters or less?
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Molly and John Knefel
I speak with both Molly and John Knefel, freelance political, investigative journalists who also host a progressive political podcast together called Radio Dispatch.
Molly and John Knefel are siblings who began their career in comedy but has since taken a turn in the political route. The two combined have written for the likes of Rolling Stone, The Nation, Salon, The New Inquiry, Feministing and more.
Molly, who is also an after-school drama teacher, focuses on education, social justice, criminal justice, gender, and feminism. While John has written about international conflict, political corruption and social justice.
Today on the Daily Beat, Monday, June 8, 2015: We dissect some of the in-depth reporting that has beat the odds by today’s journalistic standards in creating long-form journalism with impact. We look into the science of reporting pieces like The Price of Nails by Sarah Maslin Nir from the New York Times.
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