If you served in the U.S. military, your expertise can help reporters tell the story of the modern veteran experience. Here are a few specific ways your experience can help others understand this generation of veterans.
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William Campbell counted himself among the three-quarters of Americans who say work is a significant source of stress. So, at age 48, he left a 20-year career in journalism and entered the police academy. His goal: to become an “animal cop.”
We’ve created this reporting “cookbook” for reporters or editors interested in telling this story from their own local angle.
In today’s episode of PINcast, we discuss what happens when a person answers a newsroom’s questions with false information, as we chat with the St. Louis Beacon’s Linda Lockhart and the PIN’s own Joellen Easton.