Q: How did you become interested in investigative journalism?
Bopha Phorn: I Love Chasing Hidden Information
First of all, traditional business models have ceased to work and this has left outlets vulnerable to financial pressures and conflicts of interest that, in years gone by, were much easier to avoid.
The internet has brought us an unbelievable number of ways to find out facts; yet, the internet has also led many outlets to compete on how fast they release stories rather than on the quality of the stories.
Discovering the truth behind how, and for whom, our country is run, almost always requires social issues. In her investigative work, Ms Phorn covers economics, politics, corruption, crime, security, and environmental and methodical and resourceful reporting.