Tag: Journalism

Adam Curtis on The Rise and Fall of the TV Journalist

I’ve often written about the works of the BBC’s Adam Curtis, one of the most fascinating documentarians of our age. He came out with this diddy on journalism not too long ago. His thesis is that TV journalists originally set out to create a narrative of the world, but in the midst of chaos, they’ve basically reverted to […]

Tips For Good Journalism And Making It Stick — Speech by Yaël Ossowski

Here is a speech I gave on investigative journalism in Atlanta, Georgia on 12. February, 2013. AFPGA was gracious enough to invite me alongside my Citizen Watchdog colleagues, and my warm-up act was the Attorney General of Georgia. My themes remained the same: become an expert, question the narrative, make them go off-script, connect the […]