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Lane DeGregory podcast: Episode 83 - Bulletproofing your investigation

Published Jul. 17

Joining us this week is Kat McGrory, the Tampa Bay Times’ deputy investigations editor. She talks about the steps she takes to make sure everything in a story is accurate.

McGrory and Times reporter Neil Bedi were recent Pulitzer Prize finalists for their work on Heartbroken, an investigation into problems at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital.

A new episode of WriteLane is available each Wednesday morning on the Times’ website and a variety of places, including iTunes. Go here to listen and subscribe for free on the Podcasts app and iTunes. If you like the show, be sure to leave us a review.

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  6. Tom Jones of the Poynter Institute talks about his favorite journalism movies. [Martha Asencio-Rhine]
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