About Behind the Scoop: Why You Should Think and Act Like a Journalist:
Sick and tired of the news? Want to understand why we need journalism? Do you want to know what makes great journalism? Want a behind-the-scenes look at how journalists operate?
Behind the Scoop: Why You Should Think and Act like a Journalist is a short and sharp book that will help you identify and write scoops, understand how great journalism is fashioned and you’ll come away reading less news and picking up great journalism worth your time. It’s not just about getting the Bob Woodward-style scoop of the century, it’s about more power to you and less power to useless news.
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Johannes Koch is German-Indian born journalist and writer who cut his teeth at Financial Times Group and Bloomberg publications. His career and global meandering has taken him from the jungle of Honduras, via the smokey towns of New York and London to the sandy beaches of Australia. He earned an MA in International Studies from the University of Birmingham.
Johannes lives with his wife and two kids in Berlin, where he continues to plot his path as an author and reports for Debtwire, a specialist financial news service that covers the lending universe.