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From a glitzy red carpet to ground zero of a disaster, journalists go where others cannot to do their work. Get the story behind the story from journalists across 105 newspapers nationwide.

From a glitzy red carpet to ground zero of a disaster, journalists go where others cannot to do their work. Get the story behind the story from journalists across 105 newspapers nationwide.
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From a glitzy red carpet to ground zero of a disaster, journalists go where others cannot to do their work. Get the story behind the story from journalists across 105 newspapers nationwide.

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Episodes

Entrevista con periodistas de América Latino

7/1/2016
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Celia Camacho y Lourdes Hercules habla sobre la experiencia de trabajar a la periodico USA TODAY con Shannon Rae Green.

Duration: 00:09:42


Up close and people first: journalism in Latin America

7/1/2016
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Celia Camacho, and Maria Lourdes Hercules are two international journalists selected as part of a program to work at USA TODAY. On this episode of the Full Story, the women discuss the biggest differences between the culture, style and news gathering approach at their newsrooms and those of our newsroom. There is also a Spanish version of this interview.

Duration: 00:21:31


Ep. 7 - Typing in a gown: covering the Oscars for the very first time

3/24/2016
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USA TODAY entertainment journalist Kelly Lawler describes reporting on the Academy Awards in Los Angeles for the first time in her career. 'The Full Story' is a podcast from the USA TODAY Network that goes behind the scenes in journalism. It is hosted by Jim Lenahan and Shannon Rae Green.

Duration: 00:21:32


Ep. 5 - Traveling the world to report on global crisis of vanishing groundwater

2/17/2016
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"It's life or death." Steve Elfers and Ian James traveled to India, Peru, Morocco and around the U.S. to report on the quickly dwindling supply of groundwater globally. As aquifers decline and wells begin to go dry, people are being forced to confront a growing crisis that has turned violent: thugs intimidate people to protect a precious resource, and farmers faced with insurmountable odds are committing suicide on a mass scale.

Duration: 00:19:55