Is Journalism Investigative?

There are many different varieties of journalism. They range in subjects and developers. However, there usually has to be some type of investigation no matter what is being covered. Editors like Ken Kurson spend a lot of time investigating facts and stories before he published them.

It takes so many people to help investigate a ledge topic. However, columnists and other reporters have to do the digging on their own. This could take months, weeks, or days. Producing reliable information to people is of the utmost importance to journalists. Wonder why there are always reporters at presidential events, lobbying events, or any major political gathering? It’s because journalists want hard facts that can be turned into investigative stories. Publishers are always competing so having the quickest and best story is very important. Ken Kurson has admitted to learning so much about his team because of how remarkably well they work on investigations.