The Art of Investigative Journalism: Iran/Contra, October Surprise, etc.
Program #PARR002. Recorded in San Francisco, CA on March 02, 1996.As newsrooms shrink and budgets are slashed fewer and fewer reporters do serious investigative journalism. Award-winning reporter Robert Parry is part of a vanishing breed. He broke the Iran/Contra scandal, the October Surprise and other major stories while at AP and Newsweek. Today. Parry works as an independent and publishes The Consortium, a new investigative newsletter.
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