Line users have access to higher data plans than other chat apps, making BBC's first international news presence on a chat app more video-friendly.
The Global Media Awards recognize reporting across media that highlights population growth and development issues.
Journalists with at least five years of experience can apply for the program at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore.
Journalists with at least five years of experience in online media can apply for the organization's online opinion section and its BetaBoston technology website.
Journalism students and professionals can take this online course in Portuguese.
Filmmakers from around the world are invited to submit their work to an international film festival in Kiev, Ukraine.
Submissions must focus on peace or conflict journalism projects, programs, classes, proposals or academic works.
Film festivals, mobile cinema projects, outreach programs and educational activities at schools and universities are eligible for EUR7,500 (US$10,055) grants.
We'll be wrapping up the call for your favorite data journalism resources shortly, so submit your go-to link in the discussion or with hashtag #globalddj and it could be featured in our upcoming post.
www.opendata.go.ke has data on the government and is available to the public. Theirs range from census, national and county government spending, poverty indices to an open forum for dataset requests.
Here are tips for producing stories that create an impact while avoiding the potential pitfalls of a large, ambitious journalism project.
The risks of freelancing, journalists leaving traditional media organizations and more are found in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the Center for International Media Assistance.
Visualizations of attacks can help newsrooms identify potential dangers, as well as needed security training and protocols, for their reporters.
Journalist Wilson Liévano spent the past year exploring ways to use data animation to tell stories. Here are his top tips.
The new online journalism site Bellingcat aims to teach people to analyze publicly available information.
Do you think reporting with a mobile device is less serious than more traditional methods? Think again.
This month we feature Panamanian reporter Didier Hernán Gil, who specializes in transportation, health and education.
The recent Investigathon highlighted the need for open source tools to help journalists connect the dots among people, institutions and companies.
As traditional news organizations cut back on staff and coverage, thousands of digital startups are popping up all over the world to fill the gaps.
The World Newsmedia Network released its Global Digital Media Trendbook, naming mobile, video and tablet usage and monetization as the trends to watch.
A news startup covering the U.S. criminal justice system will “combine the best of the old and the new in journalism" to tell complex stories.
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