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30 Minute Skills: How to Find People Online
Whether to locate a hard-to-find source or to dig into the background of someone featured in a story, knowing how to find people online can be an invaluable skill for journalists. By attending this class, you'll learn:

- What databases — free and paid — are available to help with your search.

- How people can be found through social media accounts.

- Other locations online to find information about potential sources.

Jun 7, 2023 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Izaskun E. Larrañeta
@The Day
Izaskun E. Larrañeta moved to Connecticut in 1999 to start working for The Day newspaper in New London as a town reporter. During her tenure here, she covered several beats, including courts, police and breaking news. Larrañeta covered critical issues like eminent domain, the state’s last death penalty execution and uncovered and wrote about a mortgage scam that led to two high profile federal convictions. She has received numerous recognitions, including two Publick Occurrences awards. In 2016, Larrañeta was promoted to Deputy Managing Editor, where she oversees The Day’s newsroom, guiding reporters and daily news coverage. In 2018, she was honored as the Latina of the Year by the Hispanic Alliance of Southeastern Connecticut and La Latina Network. Larrañeta was promoted to Managing Editor in 2021, becoming the first Latina in the organization’s history to oversee news operations.