What's the Future of Investigative TV? -- J-Source.ca -- The Canadian Journalism Project

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What's the Future of Investigative TV?

Join senior investigative journalists as they discuss the challenges facing investigative TV journalism in the 21st century. With exploding Internet news sources, more and more people consuming news on their smartphones and tablets, a 500-channel TV universe and cutbacks for public broadcasting, what is the future of investigative TV? People behind the two most respected investigative programs in North America -- CBC's the fifth estate and PBS's Frontline -- and Vice Canada debate and discuss the challenges facing investigative Tv journalism in the 21st century. PANELISTS Gillian Findlay - Co-Host, CBC's the fifth estate David Fanning - Executive Producer, PBS's Frontline Patrick McGuire - Head of Content, Vice Canada Moderated by Anna Maria Tremonti - Host, The Current, CBC Radio One

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