In an IJNet Live chat Monday, visual journalist Mariana Santos talked about the nuts and bolts of putting together a Chicas Poderosas (Powerful Women) event and how to bring one to a city near you.
The new online sound library makes it easier for journalists to search for, store, access and reuse audio files.
A cross-disciplinary team that met at the Buenos Aires Media Party is working together--and calling on the public--to help open city government data.
Whether reporting breaking news, conducting interviews in remote settings or going undercover, shooting video on a mobile device is an increasingly important skill for today’s digital journalist.
The Chicas Poderosas (“Powerful Women”) project is working across Latin America to promote the inclusion of more women in technology fields, especially in the media.
IndieVoices will be a crowdsourcing marketplace that matches innovative media ideas with socially motivated investors, focusing on projects in the developing world.
A groundbreaking investigation changed government policy in India.
Argentine biomedical engineer and human rights activist Marcos Vanetta never expected to work in journalism. Now, Vanetta will bring his skills to the nonprofit news outlet Texas Tribune as a 2014 Knight-Mozilla OpenNews Fellow.
A program of reporting grants is spurring the publication of compelling stories on agriculture and food security in Africa.
ScraperWiki enables anyone to scrape data using copy-and-paste tools.
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