Pièces à Conviction
|Pieces à Conviction|
|Created by||Olivier D Angely|
|Developed by||Olivier D Angely|
|Narrated by||Laurent Richard|
|Country of origin||France|
|Executive producer(s)||Elise Lucet,
|Camera setup||multiple-camera setup|
|Running time||65 minutes|
|Original network||France 3|
|Audio format||Surround sound|
In Depth News Show
Each month, a topic, a subject is factually examined, under all facets. Each story delivers the fruit of the investigations, tells the methodology of research, , and new elements, thanks to the reports and of the interviews carried out by Elise Lucet with the personality-key, the forgotten witnesses, experts or persons in charge concerned.
Conference on Investigative Journalism
Several members of the production crew of Pièces à Conviction were to appear at the October 2006 conference on investigative journalism in Paris at Sciences Po sponsored by the Nieman Foundation at Harvard University. The promotional publication read:
If you want the ability to probe into people's hidden backgrounds, find corrupt deals within the European Union, uncover criminal and terrorist networks, expose human-rights abuses, or find breaking news information in corporate documents, you will find invaluable skills in this workshop.
The special seminar led by the Pièces à Conviction representatives was entitled:
Investigative Reporting for Broadcasting
How to create investigative projects on television. How to shoot footage and record audio without being noticed. When is it acceptable for journalists to use hidden cameras? Can people conceal their identity on screen? The team of France 3's Television's investigative program Pièces à Conviction will discuss these issues and show some of their coverage, as examples of how to deal with these questions.
By, Pascal Richard, chief editor, Lionel de Coninck, deputy chief editor, Laurent Richard, reporter from Pièces à Conviction, an investigative program on France 3 Television.
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Pieces a Conviction has received international praise from the following investigative journalism programs:
- Time Magazine, Time Warner
- International Herald Tribune, The New York Times Company
- 60 Minutes, CBS News
- 2003 - Prize - "le prix de la meilleure émission d’information de l’année", for its investigation into the Frigates of Taiwan
- 2005 - International Festival of Grand Reporting Factuality - FIGRA "le Festival international du grand reportage d’actualité", awarded the prize for the program's investigation of Patrice Alegre, convicted killer
- 2006 - Dauphine-Henri Tézenas of Montcel Prize
- 2006 - Albert Londres Prize
- French Media Landscape, European Journalism Centre, author Pieter van den Blink, subsection: Television, France 3.
- Pieces a Conviction, homepage
- October 2006 conference pdf[dead link]