Story-Based Inquiry Associates publishes reports and books on how to improve investigative journalism. One of them is ‘Story-Based Inquiry: A Manual for Investigative Journalists’, by Mark Lee Hunter and others, is the first text that treats investigative journalism as an integrated process focused on producing an original story. Translated into a dozen languages and used in journalism centers and schools around the world, this handbook redefined the transmission of investigative journalism skills.
Mark Lee Hunter’s career has been divided between investigative journalism, scholarly research, training and consulting. He is currently an Adjunct Professor and Senior Research Fellow at INSEAD, based in the INSEAD Social Innovation Centre.
He has co-authored some 200 investigations and is the only person to have won awards from Investigative Reporters and Editors Inc., the world’s leading organization in the field, for both his investigative reports and his research on journalism.
The lone ranger, you know the writer, going alone through the hostile landscape, is no longer the operative model.