Sometimes it helps to be a hoarder. When reporting on private companies, details collected in a structured way can often be as illuminating as what a reporter gets from interviews.

Katelyn Polantz, an Azbee Award-winning business reporter and data editor at American Law Media, shows how B2B publications can unmask hidden parts of any industry.

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About the speaker:

Katelyn Polantz is a data editor and staff reporter at ALM, which publishes The National Law Journal and American Lawyer Magazine. She writes about law firm business and economics, lobbying, and the federal government.

Previously, Katelyn produced Supreme Court and political coverage for the PBS Newshour and wrote about schools, farms, and county governments for The Roanoke (Va.) Times. She is a 2009 graduate of the University of Pittsburgh and lives in Washington, D.C.