Clips from real calls made by New York Times writers are included in the films, which capture snapshots of the process that goes into its investigative features. In the case of a recent story uncovering Trump’s tax dodging, it offers a glimpse at some of the legwork journalists had to do – including spending months deciphering thousands of documents.
Another film includes soundbites from discussions with lawyers, parents and shelter operators for a feature on the hundreds of migrant children that have been separated from their parents. Each concludes with the tagline “The Truth is Worth It”.
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