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How Tos for Investigative Journalists, Part 2: From Podcasts to Data Teams

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What reporting and storytelling techniques do you need to master as you head into your next investigation? We’ve rounded up some of GIJN’s most popular how tos from our story archives, as well as select items from our growing Resource Center, on a range of techniques that could help you in your investigations, whether you are creating your first investigative podcast, setting up a data team, or following a money trail across borders.

See part 1 of GIJN’s how tos on the tools that could help your investigation, from Instgram to PDF extraction.

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