Tyler is an investigative reporter at The News & Observer in Raleigh, N.C., specializing in data and public records. He also teaches courses on data journalism at the DeWitt Wallace Center for Media & Democracy at Duke University's Sanford School of Public Policy. In 2017, he completed a Nieman Fellowship at Harvard University. Prior to joining the N&O, Tyler worked as an investigative reporter at WRAL and was the managing editor for the Duke University Reporters’ Lab, a research project aimed at reducing the costs of investigative reporting.
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Q&As and takeaways: Reporting on corporate landlords
Highlights from recent discussions on our community callPosted on
Highlights from a recent community call conversation.
Human-Assisted Reporting Gets the Story
Tyler Dukes on combining the power of data-sorting tools with old-fashioned diggingPosted on
Tyler Dukes on combining the power of data-sorting tools with old-fashioned digging.