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It's not enough to produce a great reporting project. You've got to keep higher-ups excited about it. Here are some tips.

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To keep your reporting projects on track, think more like a taxi driver and less like a pastry chef.

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Keep your interviews short, shut up and cover the essentials: here are more tips from a veteran journalist on how to manage a big reporting project.

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You picked the right project. Now, how do you juggle your regular duties while working on the bigger story? Try these time management tips.

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Asking the right questions can help you narrow your scope on a big reporting project.

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How to choose and execute an in-depth reporting project – while still doing everything else you have to do.

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