Open source investigations a boon to journalists

A report by The New York Times about intercepted radio transmissions from Russian soldiers demonstrates how investigative reporters are using open-source reporting, satellite images, mobile phone or security camera recordings and other internet tools to report the news. (TVN, May 9, 2022, by David Bauder of The Associated Press)

Open source journalism allows reporters to access user-produced content on the web to find stories and supporting visual evidence. The process allows greater transparency in making it easier for journalists to show their work. (Business Insider, December 3, 2019, by Audrey Schomer)