So why not play it like Watergate?
- Woodward warns against ego. Miller, Kate // IRE Journal;Mar/Apr2000, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p30
States views of investigative reporter Bob Woodward on journalism.
- Factoid Time? // National Review;10/23/1987, Vol. 39 Issue 20, p19
Reports that reporters Robert Woodward and Carl Bernstein are products of a theory of journalism in the U.S. Importance of the fitting of rules in a framework of interpretation; Existence of the word factoid according to the logic of that surrounding interpretive frame; Example of the private...
- IMPEACHING WOODSTEIN. Weinberg, Steve // Columbia Journalism Review;Sep/Oct1993, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p57
This article talks about journalist Adrian Havill writing against Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein. According to the author, Woodward is the most influential investigative journalist alive, but is under attack concerning the accuracy of his reporting. Havill has embedded his attacks in a...
- The Washington Post and the Woodward problem. Swain, Bruce M.; Robertson, J. Michael // Newspaper Research Journal;Winter1995, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p2
This article focuses on the continued use of unnamed sources by Bob Woodward, the reporter of the newspaper "Washington Post," which has caused many to raise doubts about the accuracy of his work. Woodward's approach to reporting clearly goes well beyond simply being a renegade. It goes to the...
- Beltway Journalism. Eastland, Terry // National Review;6/21/1993, Vol. 45 Issue 12, p39
The article focuses on the popularity of using the term background and its variations, in reporting in Washington as of June 1993. The term means relaying news items without naming the specific person involved, including the source of the information. Deep background, meanwhile, would be defined...
- Woodward Bernstein. Reeves // Editor & Publisher;10/30/99 Supplement Centennial, Vol. 132 Issue 44, p12
Profiles Watergate reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein. Influence of `Washington Post' story `All the President's Men' on business and people; Contributions to journalism; Career background.
- PLANNING BASICS. Meyers, Dan // IRE Journal;Sep/Oct2001, Vol. 24 Issue 5, p8
Offers advice on how to plan for investigative reporting. Challenges experienced by journalists in investigative reporting; Suggestions for achieving success in investigative reporting; Why journalists need to choose complex projects.
- Investigative Journalism Can Still Thrive at Newspapers. Tofani, Loretta // Nieman Reports;Summer2001, Vol. 55 Issue 2, p64
Explores the factors that could help investigative journalism thrive at newspapers. Difficulties faced by an investigate reporter; Details on an investigative report on jail rapes; Newsroom obstacles to publishing an investigative news story.
- THE CONNECTION. Graves, Florence George // Columbia Journalism Review;May/Jun2001, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p28
Focuses on the link between the topics taken by investigative reporters, their childhood experiences and their motivations for doing those stories. Impact of the childhood experiences of reporter Bob Woodward on his career choice; Opinion of reporter Kate Boo on the importance of self-interest...