Trayvon Martin Case: Original State Attorney Wolfinger Has Troubled History

As the details of Trayvon Martin’s murder continue to emerge, it is increasingly clear that this case involves both crime in the streets as well as crime in the suites. Much of the latter appears to be linked to the office of the State Attorney for the 18th Judicial Circuit of Florida headed by Prosecutor…

A Closer Look At George Zimmerman

Very little has been publicly known about the past  of George Zimmerman, the self-styled neighborhood watch captain responsible for the shooting of Trayvon Martin over a month ago.  In recent days, information has been steadily released through various media outlets referencing his family, history of violence, and hyper vigilance in relation to upholding the law….

How To Be A DIY Journalist Part 2: Equipment

Welcome to Part 2 of our special series on how to be a DIY Journalist! Last week we got a little cerebral, but today we get hands on. Can You See Me Now? Last week I mentioned you should have a smartphone. Let’s get a little more into that. You can no longer get by…

How To Be A DIY Journalist Part 1: The Essentials

Welcome to our new series, How To Be a DIY Journalist. This series is inspired by my recent workshop at the Los Angeles Media Summit, where I spoke about how I covered the Occupy Los Angeles encampment at City Hall (also known as Solidarity Park). The Basics The most important quality of a journalist is…

Welcome to the New InsightOut News!

InsightOut News is in a continual flux of change and improvement. If we do not change, we can never grow.

Welcome to the next stage of honest reporting. We are expanding our coverage to include not just video reporting, but print and audio, too.