Great reporting stands out in a class of its own, delivering real understanding through a narrative rich with drama and personality.
Yet uncovering the facts and getting a story right, against a backdrop of advanced technology, official sensitivity, and intense legal scrutiny, requires extensive research and validation. To stand out from the crowd, to break the news that drives the news agenda, reporters most know how to cut through the plethora of information, and often conflicting claims, to craft unusually compelling and painstakingly accurate stories that engage and inform audiences whilst shaping public debate.
Working with Jenny Luesby, an awarding-winning former correspondent for the Financial Times and BBC, you will learn the skills and techniques required to become a world-class reporter.
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