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Crime Journalism - Grit and Trauma

Tony Emmanuel

24-Jul-16 10:00

Crime Journalism - Grit and Trauma

Crime journalism can be considered one of the grittiest beats in the profession. It comes with its own set of risks, and a totally different set of skills. From building a rapport with authorities and sourcing information from the public, to speaking to family members of the victims, the job is indeed challenging. This week on In Case You Missed It, we speak to a former crime journalist to hear his stories.

Here are the segments of the episode:

1:10 - Asia Calling 1 - China plays its part in reducing carbon emissions

8:33 - Asia Calling 2 - A lady leads an orchestra in Afghanistan

16:08 - Crime Journalism - Grit and Trauma

This episode was produced by Aziff Azuddin, Sharyl Kaur and Muhammad Haniff Baharudin.



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