Paul Radu, executive director of the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project, explains how to use technology and international data to report on crime in your country.
The coming weeks will bring the beta release of an open-source, encrypted email for journalists and newsrooms, many of which still rely on email as a main form of online communication.
National Public Radio's multimedia, multi-platform project offers a lens on how the global economy works.
Completing fellowship applications can be time-consuming. To avoid having to rush through the process, start preparing for these upcoming opportunities ahead of time.
A growing number of new communities and platforms want to help freelancers thrive in the media marketplace.
Uncoverage, a new crowdfunding site, will allow journalists and nonprofits to seek funding for hard-hitting investigative articles and topics.
A new report examines efforts to teach citizens to not only understand the messages they encounter, but to become better content creators.
Journalists and bloggers working in areas where their security is threatened have a new resource for learning how to protect themselves.
Reporters who cover health in Africa have a new way to sharpen their understanding of the beat and connect with others in the field: the African Health Journalists Association website.
A new book explains why journalism's most important roles are filtering, verifying and curating the news, and shares 1,000 lessons to teach you how.
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