New approaches to investigative journalism and the experiences of industry professionals will be discussed at Australia's first national investigative journalism conference this Friday and Saturday at the ABC Centre and UTS.
The conference, Back to the Source, has been organised by the UTS Australian Centre for Independent Journalism (ACIJ). Keynote speaker Robert Rosenthal (USA), Executive Director for the Center for Investigative Reporting, will be joined by Mark Scott Managing Director of the ABC, Paul Ramadge Editor-in-Chief of The Age, academics and other journalists and editors from media organisations, including the ABC, SBS, Fairfax, Network Seven, News Limited, New Matilda and Crikey. Manager of the ACIJ Jan McClelland, said the digital revolution, the downsizing of media outlets and cost cutting are threatening the future of investigative journalism and new, more effective approaches need to be considered.


Also speaking at the event will be Age reporters Nick McKenzie and Richard Baker, sharing their experience of their more than two-year investigation into the Reserve Bank.
The investigative journalism conference runs from 9am to 5pm Friday (16) and Saturday (17 September). Sue Spencer from ABC's Four Corners will talk about the decision to tell this story through TV.
It is being held in the ABC Centre's Eugene Goossens Hall on Friday and at UTS on Saturday.





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