How do you anonymously report news?

How do you anonymously report news?

There are a lot of ways to do that.

  1. Send your materials through physical mail.
  2. Call from a phone number unconnected to you.
  3. Use Signal for private messaging.
  4. Before looking into news organizations, consider using the Tor Browser for greater privacy.
  5. Use a whistleblower submission system.

How do I report a story to CBC?

We want to hear from people across the country with stories you want to make public. You can email us directly at [email protected], with your name, contact information and details of the story you would like us to look into. Your identity will be kept confidential, unless we do a story and you agree to participate.

How do you tip on a CBC?

How do I share a story or a tip with a journalist?

  1. Go to
  2. In the menu bar at the top of the page, select your region under All Locals.
  3. In the horizontal menu, click Contact Us.
  4. The page that appears will provide you with all the available email addresses and other contact details for that location.

How do I contact CBC Marketplace?

If you have any concerns about this page, its content or comments, please contact us by sending us a message here or by e-mail at [email protected]

How do you get a reporter to cover your story?


  1. Know Who And What You’re Pitching.
  2. Use Email For the First Point of Contact.
  3. Make Your Subject Line Sizzle.
  4. Know The Publication’s Audience.
  5. Find The Story in Your News.
  6. Always be Helpful.
  7. Don’t Send Attachments.
  8. Pay Attention to The Timing of Your Pitch.

How do I contact a local news about a story?

Let’s dive into the seven steps to get local press coverage:

  1. Write Your Press Release.
  2. Find Local Media Outlets.
  3. Find the Right Media Contacts.
  4. Craft Your Email Query (aka Pitch)
  5. Send Your Pitch Email & Follow Up.
  6. Respond to Journalists.
  7. Cultivate a Relationship With Journalists.

How do I contact CBC Canada?

By e-mail: Ask us a question through our CBC Help Centre contact form. By phone: 1-866-306-4636 (toll free, Canada only); 1-866-220-6045 (TTY/teletypewriter, hearing impaired only) By mail: CBC National Audience Services P.O. Box 500, Station A Toronto, Ontario‚Äč M5W 1E6 Canada.

What does CBC Marketplace do?

About the Show MARKETPLACE, Canada’s award-winning consumer watchdog, is always on the lookout for slick scams and misleading marketing claims. Its team of investigative journalists put the everyday products and services Canadians use to the test and hold companies and government to account.

Do newspapers pay for stories?

The vast majority of news and features comes from independent press agencies and journalists who get paid for finding and writing the stories. The one thing all of my friends ask me is ‘how much do people get paid for selling their story? ‘ The simple answer is, not as much as they did in the past.