A form of journalism invented by Bob Woodward, Carl Bernstein and Nellie Bly. It is the insatiable appetite journalists have to write stories on underreported and neglected topics in a community. These stories are often hard to swallow.
An unruly newsroom, lack of pertinent stories or an epiphany may inspire someone to engage in guerilla journalism.
Mark: Damn Tobey, that story in the paper today, on the homeless, was intense. What the hell came over you?
Tobey: I don't know, man. I guess that was some guerilla journalism.