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Global Investigations

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Channel 4 Television

124-126 Horseferry Road

London

SW1P 2TX

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Investigative journalism holds power to account. It tackles big subjects through deep reporting that uncovers the truth and provokes change. Join us at Channel 4 headquarters for a day of sessions bringing together leading industry experts to discuss the latest developments in investigative journalism.

This year’s event will be focusing on global investigations, with special guests including Dorothy Bryne, Maeve McClenaghan, Ben Strick, Daniel Adamson, Monica Garnsey, Louisa Compton and Rachel Jupp.

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SESSIONS

Dorothy Byrne - In Conversation
3.05 - 4.15pm

Maeve McClenaghan, investigative journalist and founder of the critically-acclaimed podcast The Tip Off, talks to Dorothy Bryne, Head of News & Current Affairs at Channel 4, about the future of investigative journalism. Throughout her career, Dorothy has commissioned challenging investigative journalism that holds power to account and, as she puts it, investigates wickedness. Have your questions ready to dig into the role of serious analysis in our newsrooms and the next big ideas for global investigations.

Speakers:
Dorothy Bryne - Head of News & Current Affairs, Channel 4
Maeve McClenaghan - Investigative journalist, LBIJ and founder of podcast The Tip Off


Inside Open Source Investigations
4.40pm - 5.40pm

A new brand set of techniques dubbed as open-source investigations are making use of open data sets, satellite imagery and social media to uncover evidence and verify facts. The open-source team from BBC Africa Eye will share insights into how they use these new methods to tell a story or verify disputed events, such as their acclaimed investigation, Anatomy of a Killing. Learn practical tips on where to find collaborative platforms and resources to mine, verify and analyze readily available data or information over the internet.

Speakers:
Ben Strick - Open Source Analyst, BBC Africa Eye
Daniel Adamson - Series Producer, BBC Africa Eye


Meet the Editors
6.00-7.00pm

For the last session of the afternoon, a panel of top editors will detail their remit for commissioning investigative stories.The panel will share valuable insights into exactly what they look for when commissioning, from the optimum length to the specific form and content that they aim to produce for their diverse audiences. You will learn how to best pitch your ideas, as well as inside information on how major media outlets work with freelancers.

Speakers:
Monica Garnsey - Executive Producer in TV Current Affairs & One World Media Trustee
Jonathan Calvert - Insight Editor, The Sunday Times
Louisa Compton - Commissioning Editor, Dispatches (Channel 4)
Rachel Jupp - Editor, Panorama (BBC)
Claire Newell - Investigation Editor, The Telegraph



Full day, single session and student discount passes available. Select options at booking.

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Channel 4 Television

124-126 Horseferry Road

London

SW1P 2TX

United Kingdom

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