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.
What are the essential attitudes a journalist needs when going out to report a story?
A new website is helping Ghana's citizens find their nearest voter registration center, so that they can be sure they are eligible to vote in the 2016 general election.
A new book traces the origins of investigative journalism around the world.
A viewable impression is a metric of online advertising that indicates if a display ad can actually be seen by site visitors. Here's what is changing about the metric, and why it matters for digital news.
Jurnid and NewsFixed aim to connect reporters with outlets interested in publishing their content.
More newsrooms are creating longform editorial pieces on the web. How can they build these projects without having to reinvent the wheel each time?
A new Center for International Media Assistance (CIMA) report looks at the potential pitfalls of focusing a large portion of media training on digital media and innovation.
International Center for Journalists, Washington, DC, USA
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