The second series of How To Cover Money: Tips from Top Journalists is now off and running.
Reynolds Director Micki Maynard and I have been working on this second series since before the new year to bring you advice from some of the industry's best journalists on how to do business coverage. From Ben Bergman with KPCC in Los Angeles to longtime technology journalist, Dan Gilmore; How To Cover Money: Tips from Top Journalists is a resource for aspiring journalists and even harden vets on ways to find the money in any stories.
This series will be comprised of 8 episodes that will be released each week, and to kick off our new series we're first speaking with Michael Grabell of ProPublica.
Grabell wrote an incredible series on the dangers that temporary workers face on a daily basis in the United States and his series of four features and more than 20 follow-up stories won him the 2014 Barlett and Steele Award for Investigative Business Journalism.
We sat down with Grabell to discuss his series and get his advice on how journalists can start doing data journalism and how to avoid getting overwhelmed by big stories.
Take a listen on iTunes and subscribe, or listen below. You can also catch all the episode from our first series, How To Cover Money: Thinking like a business reporter even if you're not one, at that link as well.