Around the world, journalists reporting in environments that are typically unfriendly to their work may still be able to publish investigative news stories through the business pages.
Looking to expand your journalism toolkit, take on a new beat or receive recognition for your work? Check out these promising courses, fellowships and competitions with deadlines in September. Each is open to journalists worldwide.
This month we feature Panamanian journalist Didier Hernán Gil, a reporter specializing in transportation, health and education.
The latest addition to the millennial-aimed Fusion network, the interactive team brings "cinematic and multimedia tradition into online news."
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.
The recent Investigathon highlighted the need for open source tools to help journalists connect the dots among people, institutions and companies.
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.
The World Editors Forum looked at how newsrooms can best take advantage of the medium.
In parliamentary reporting, providing context and analysis is essential.
International Center for Journalists, Washington, DC, USA
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