Winning the Trust of Sources – On and Offline
The slow, careful art of soliciting a trustworthy source is one of the exciting and overlooked skills in the investigative journalist’s toolkit. But how does it work when the source can only be reached via digital means, or presents only an anonymous identity in the first place?
In this seminar, Investigative Practice examined how the traditional art of cultivating a source works where trust must be won remotely – and whether practices from the digital age can inform traditional methods.
- 19 October 2018 11.15–12.15