This is a fascinating panel discussion among the New York Times open source reporting–what they call “Visual Investigations”–team.

This was a live chat with the New York Times team, who answer questions about their reporting techniques, tips and tools, how they choose stories, the impact of their journalism, and more.

The session goes beyond simple talking heads discussion by sharing actual footage and screen shares as they discuss specific reporting projects.

The team dives deep into their techniques for verifying the authenticity of the source material they gather.

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