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Digging with a small shovel: Investigative journalism in...

Date:
Wednesday, April 10, 2019
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Location:
FIMS and Nursing Building (FNB)
Room: 3210
Cost:
Free
Headshot of Randy Richmond

"Digging with a small shovel: Investigative journalism in shrinking newsrooms"

Presented by Randy Richmond.

All are welcome to attend.

Speaker bio:

Randy Richmond is a reporter with the London Free Press, a winner of the Michener Award for Public Service Journalism, and a five-time National Newspaper Award nominee. His most recent NNA nomination was in 2019 for his coverage of the troubling conditions at London's Elgin-Middlesex Detention Centre. Richmond has also been recognized for his 2016 series Indiscernible, which told the story of the circumstances surrounding the jailhouse death of Jamie High.

About the Clissold Lecture:

The Clissold Lecture commemorates the life and work of Edward Clissold (1833-1915), one of London's most important early editors and journalists. Edward retired as editor of the London (Ontario) Advertiser after 33 years on staff.

Host:
Faculty of Information and Media Studies
Contact:
Becky Blue
bblue@uwo.ca


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