A resource for journalists who cover violence
Dec 6 2011
By Stan Alcorn
Two sets of Dart Award-winning writers and editors describe how they tackled their complicated stories, and reveal a common secret weapon: a (large) paper outline.
Jan 28 2010
Winners and judges of the Dart Awards for Excellence in Coverage of Trauma break down the process behind three exemplary stories.
May 12 2009
Winners of the 2009 Dart Awards for Excellence in Coverage of Trauma discuss journalistic craft and answer questions in a panel discussion at Columbia University.
May 31 2008
At the 2008 Dart Awards ceremony, honorees from the Cleveland Plain Dealer and NPR spoke in a panel discussion: "Out of the Shadows: Reporting on Violence Against Women." Watch excerpts from that discussion.
Jan 1 2005
By Kevin Kawamoto
A systematic analysis of what works in trauma reporting, drawn from a decade of Dart Award-winning stories and aimed at providing perspective and insight on covering victims of violence.
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