IJF19: Fast & slow: the place of investigative journalism in a digital world
People are bombarded with information at all times of the day. What place does long-form investigative journalism have in the digital world? What is the appetite for long reads? From whom? With what impact? How journalists are re-imagining investigative storytelling digitally to keep people engaged and use new techniques to explain and bring people into the story?
A panel at the International Journalism Festival in Perugia organised in association with Reuters.
- Jane Barrett (global head of multimedia Reuters),
- Vicky Frost (executive editor lifestyle HuffPost UK),
- Andrew Marshall (special correspondent Reuters),
- Simon Trigg (head of commercial Shorthand).
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