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The Center for Public Integrity and the Paley Center for Media presented a program on innovative approaches to funding and producing investigative journalism.

The event consisted of three panels: Anatomy of an Investigative Report, New Models for Investigative Journalism and Next Big Thing: New Tools for Digital Digging. You can watch the panels in full below, or see a summary of the best talking points and tweets compiled through Storify.

Panel One: Anatomy of an Investigative Report

Anatomy of an Investigative Report from The Paley Center For Media on FORA.tv

<a href=”http://storify.com/colegoins/anatomy-of-an-investigative-report-poisoned-places” target=”_blank”>View the story “Anatomy of an Investigative Report: Poisoned Places” on Storify</a>]

Panel Two: New Models for Investigative Journalism

New Models for Investigative Journalism from The Paley Center For Media on FORA.tv

<a href=”http://storify.com/colegoins/new-models-for-investigative-journalism” target=”_blank”>View the story “New Models for Investigative Journalism ” on Storify</a>]

Panel Three: Next Big Thing: New Tools for Digital Digging

Next Big Thing: New Tools for Digital Digging from The Paley Center For Media on FORA.tv

<a href=”http://storify.com/colegoins/next-big-thing-new-tools-for-digital-digging” target=”_blank”>View the story “Next Big Thing: New Tools for Digital Digging” on Storify</a>]

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