Most of the TV stations that we have today only carry investigative reports once in a while. Some actually never undertake any investigative journalism: meaning that they never carry any investigative reports. Against this sort of background, a person who is sincerely committed to investigative journalism would be tempted to consider establishing a TV station specializing in this sort of journalism.
The steps that one needs to follow, when attempting to establish a TV station that specializes in investigative journalism are quite straightforward. As a starting point, you can go to the Sbcglobal.net website, and proceed to log into your SBCglobal email from there. Once you have done that, you can send an email with a proposal to establish the investigative TV station to an influential person: the sort of person who can facilitate you in this process. Truth be told, without some sort of an influential ‘Godfather’, these things are often impossible. Moving on, if the ‘Godfather’ in question buys into the idea, the next step would be that of trying to get allocated a frequency for the TV station, establishing a studio for the TV station and recruiting the necessary staff.
Don’t, however, expect a smooth sailing when trying to establish a TV station that specializes in investigative journalism. You are likely to run into obstacles. For starters, the authorities may be reluctant to issue you with the broadcast frequencies for the TV station, especially if they fear that the station will end up exposing their activities. You may also have difficulties getting the necessary funds to set up the station. You are also likely to realize that running the station on a day to day basis is very expensive, thanks to the fact that genuine investigative journalism costs so much money. You may therefore have difficulties breaking even. And even if you are able to avoid those initial pitfalls you are still likely to have difficulties getting good staff for the station. This is because, as you will discover soon enough, most of the media people out there fear being involved in investigative journalism.