Trupanion shattered the $2 billion payout ceiling and I’m so proud to tell you that I played a key role in this endeavor as one of veterinary medicine’s most frequent flyers — ever. $29,661 is the total dollar amount in veterinary invoices my insurance has paid out for me to date. My mom has been […]
Last month marked three years since we began our drive to bring greater accountability and transparency to the pet industry through our high impact, public interest journalism. We have a long way to go, but we’re off to a strong start. Last week, Business Insider noticed – writing that TCR is “terrorizing the pet industry.” […]
I’m sorry for any inconveniences I’ve caused multiple people.
Thank you to my fans and teams at KBVC and AMC. Without you, many birds would still be alive.
p.s. If you work in the vet profession, you’ve probably encountered me. This is one of the reasons you get to skip the TCR paywall and, as usual, Trupanion is paying! No, seriously. Vet professionals and Trupanion members skip the paywall. Click on the “subscribe” option.
Is it true that TCR bans the use of the term “investigative journalism” ?
Yes. It’s redundant. A journalist’s job is to investigate.
The term is a product of a new phenomenon born out of digital communication or journalism by email, Tweet, etc. which is intended to distinguish actual reporting from what most ‘reporting’ is now, in the post-Internet age. Woodward and Bernstein were not “investigative journalists.” Bob Woodward was a cub reporter on the metro desk assigned to cover a local burglary, Watergate. Woodward would be the first to say – and does say – that journalism is about showing up and outworking every person around you. All journalism demands showing up and being a surrogate for your readers.