Q and A interviews are unedited conversations between an interviewer and subject. What are the elements of a strong Q and A, and what does it offer the audience?
In the wake of two major hurricanes in the U.S., hundreds of journalists are on the ground seeking interviews with the victims. How can they approach these victims sensitively and humanely?
Working with an interpreter adds another layer of challenges to the interviewing process. We asked experienced foreign correspondents to find out what has worked for them.
Can an interview conducted over texting have the same level of nuance and depth as a spoken interview? France's Néon is experimenting with the medium to find out.
For photojournalists, developing intimate, trusting relationships can often make a difference in getting the perfect shot. Ami Vitale, a photographer for National Geographic, discusses what's worked for her.
How can journalists get the full story of a traumatic event without bringing more harm to their interview subjects? Here are some tips.
Journalists covering violent breaking news events often find it difficult to find a human element within the story. Here are some tips to bring a more humanizing element to your reporting.
As the current refugee crisis continues to make headlines, how can journalists interview refugees without bringing up the horror, shock and fear they've experienced? Here are some tips.
A good interview uncovers and extracts important and newsworthy information that has been missed by others.
If an event is worth sending a journalist to cover in person, it’s worth covering live. Here's how.
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