Waseda Hosts Asian Muckrakers in Tokyo

Japan's Waseda University hosts an international symposium on investigative journalism this June 4. “Investigative Journalism in Asia: Perspectives and Prospects" will feature representatives of four nonprofit newsrooms from Korea, the Philippines, Taiwan and Japan. Among the topics: investigative projects, sustainable models, and cross-border partnerships. Organized by Waseda University’s Institute for Journalism/Waseda Chronicle and the Committee to Protect Journalists in cooperation with GIJN.

Source: Waseda Chronicle

Posted on: May 23, 2017

Story of the Day: KCIJ Bares Spy Twitter Accts

The Korean Center for Investigative Journalism has added to revelations that South Korea’s National Intelligence Service created hundreds of Internet IDs and more than 5,000 Internet posts, some used to attack opposition parties and candidates during December’s presidential election. The KCIJ revealed data and analysis on 658 Twitter accounts used by the spy agency for political purposes.

Source: Korea Center for Investigative Journalism

Posted on: July 7, 2013