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Russ has been busy the past couple of days at the Investigative Reporters and Editors (IRE) conference in Baltimore. Today he will lead a panel on book writing and freelancing aimed at investigative reporters in career transition, due to the current instability in the media environment.

Russ and I are both card-carrying members of IRE, a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting and furthering the mission of investigative journalism. Explore the IRE website for the latest investigative stories and techniques in the business.

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