Taking months to polish a story will no longer be the norm at ‘Frontline’

Boston Globe
“As we expand to a year-round series and publish on more platforms – print, broadcast, radio, online – it’s become a whole new game,” says executive producer David Fanning. Recently hired “Frontline” managing editor Phil Bennett says his top goals include “helping to create more original journalism, more scoops, and more timely investigations of current events.” Bennett and “Frontline” digital media director Andrew Golis tell Joseph P. Kahn that they’re intrigued by the question of what show would look like were it being launched today, not three decades ago. || Earlier: “Frontline” looks beyond broadcast with new hires.

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