Reporter, Salt Lake Tribune
I’m very proud of my coworkers for the dedication and skill. We practiced good journalism: jumping on new information, making a lot of phone calls (sometimes late at night), pulling a lot of public record documents, asking a mountain of questions, running to a lot of press conferences and writing what we could confirm.
I wouldn’t say there’s any secret to it. Journalism can take a lot of work and time, but it’s fairly straightforward and if you just knuckle down and do it, the job gets done. And, if you remember the human impact in a story, as we did and acted on, you get some pretty stellar stories that go above and beyond as well.
This is part of the announcement of the March DFMie for the Colorado/Utah cluster of Digital First Media.