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Post Episode Eight: Investigative filmmakers and podcasters discuss their popular documentaries

Filmmakers from Evil Genius, The Devil We Know and Ghost Fleet join the show to discuss their latest projects. A data reporter from the award-winning podcast In the Dark also appears.

COLUMBIA, Missouri – In Episode Eight, Post reviews investigative documentaries, including two that are currently popular on Netflix. This show features the documentaries Ghost Fleet and The Devil We Know, the docu-series Evil Genius, and the podcast series In the Dark, Season Two.

Investigative Reporters and Editors Executive Director Director of Data Services Charles Minshew joins the show to help review the work and discuss issues like confronting foreign police, reporting long-term in one area, and what defines journalism.

Directors and producers on all of the films spoke to the show about how they found their stories and give updates on their documentaries’ effects and public impact.

The second half of the episode features an interview with Will Craft, a data reporter with APM Reports’ podcast In the Dark. Craft talks about how he and other reporters collected data about racial disparities in juries selected in a Mississippi town.

Post is a media review program from InvestigateTV, Gray Television’s streaming channel dedicated to in-depth and watchdog reporting. Post is presented in partnership with the journalism organization Investigative Reporters and Editors. The monthly program is taped at the Reynolds Journalism Institute at the University of Missouri School of Journalism, a partner of InvestigateTV.

LINKS to stories and organizations discussed in Post, Episode Eight:

Ghost Fleet website – Not yet available for public screening

The Devil We Know website – Available with Netflix subscription or for rental/purchase through Google Play, YouTube, and Amazon Prime

Evil Genius – Available on Netflix

In the Dark website – Full podcast also available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and other podcast apps

In the Dark episode specifically about racial makeup of juries