- How to earn respect (and trust) from your sources
- "The Dance" of gaining/using information
- The need to patient as a young reporter
- And much, much more
Take a little bit of time to watch the video, then let me know if you have any questions or if there are key aspects that you want to emphasize. Enjoy!
Weinbaum recently moderated two Medill sports journalism panels. On Oct. 4 he facilitated a conversation in Evanston on "College Sports: What's Right, What's Wrong and What the Future Should Look Like," and six days later he moderated a talk in New York titled "Facts, Friction and Fumbles."
Learn more about Weinbaum in the video below.
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- Developing sources
- The first things to do when you get a new beat
- The challenges of taking on something new
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