In Latin America, as in much of the world, radio remains a primary medium for news consumption. Hacks/Hackers Chile is proving that new radio technologies need not be confusing or expensive.
Data journalists are reporting the latest environmental news with engaging, easy-to-understand interactive maps of oceans, forests and natural disasters in Indonesia.
A new cross-border investigative journalism experiment looks at who will benefit from recent discoveries of water and oil.
The app won first prize at Sub-Saharan Africa’s first Editors' Lab newsroom hackathon this month.
In South Africa, the latest in a global series of newsroom hackdays is producing apps, interactive content, data visualization and games for news.
Citizen Desk enables news organizations to more effectively incorporate citizen journalism into their work.
Nearly 200 indigenous farmers in remote villages are using cell phones to report on land grabbing, illegal logging and illicit land clearing.
How South Africa's nonprofit news site Africa Check, a winner of the inaugural African News Innovation Challenge, promotes accuracy in public debate.
The free text and voice message service for mobile phones can help news outlets broaden their audiences.
Here are guidelines to help web publishers navigate copyright and fair use.
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