Some of the fastest-growing digital media in Asia, Latin America and the U.S. are tapping into a young audience that wants news that is less partisan, more believable and sometimes irreverent.
Journalists with a good understanding of statistics, statistical analysis and database management are encouraged to apply for two positions in London.
Journalists and journalism students with a good command of Portuguese and English can apply to report on soccer matches in Rio de Janeiro state.
Experienced journalists with an interest in science and technology can apply for this position in Cambridge, Ma.
Full-time journalists or regular contributors to broadcast media organizations who have at least two years of experience can apply for a course in London.
Undergraduate students can compete for a US$2,500 reporting prize.
The Mary Raftery Journalism Fund, with the support of Ireland's national broadcaster, has secured space for one individual in a two-week course in London.
Professional and amateur photographers whose entries tell one cohesive story can win prizes from SanDisk.
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In Pakistan, most of the data regarding financial health of the country is available on the website of Central Bank, www.sbp.org.pk.Other websites where from a journalist can mine data for news reports include- www.pbs.gov.pk, www.finance.gov.pk. Business newspaper, www.brecorder.com is another source of information.
Muhammad Luqman, Lahore (Pakistan) @luqmansheikh
Multimedia journalism professor Steven King showcased free and inexpensive interactive storytelling tools at the Journalism Interactive conference. Here are IJNet's top picks.
Launching a news publication online is the easy part. Paying the bills and surviving for several years is more challenging.
Millennials' trust of media, how mobile is changing newsgathering and delivery, and more are found in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the Center for International Media Assistance.
The first incubator for data-driven journalism in Latin America will grant a total of US$100,000 to projects in the region.
The editor's role as the gatekeeper of news, a new tool for integrating web apps, freedom of expression on the Internet and more are found in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the Center for International Media Assistance.
It is the public who decides if a particular voice among the billions on the Internet has the credibility, ethics and independence that we expect from journalists.
Journalists launching an investigation into a big company or powerful group could benefit from having the audience engaged from the beginning through transmedia storytelling.
With more media outlets depending on user-generated content, freelancers and stock services, the role of photojournalists has been going through a radical change.
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