How can chatbots be used to tell the news? Organizations have tried various methods to answer this question, and BBC is no different. Read how they're using chatbots to explain complex news stories.
In a country where the 10 most popular languages are all spoken by at least 25 million people, creating content that’s relevant to everyone is a tall order — which is why the BBC World Service needs some help.
Filipino journalist Jake Soriano works to fact-check and hold elected officials accountable. He spoke with IJNet about his motivations, challenges and advice for young journalists.
British journalist Olivia Crellin found a One World Media grant through IJNet that allowed her to film a documentary in Ecuador. She shared her experiences and advice for fellow reporters with us.
Solutions for teaching news literacy, Le Monde’s Snapchat fact-checking experiments and more in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the Center for International Media Assistance.
Snapchat is becoming increasingly popular among journalists and news organizations as a new way to connect with audiences. Here are some of the best organizations and journalists to follow.
Many analyses of mobile journalism focus on how it affects the developed world. But how are journalists using mobile phones to report from developing countries?
How are today's traditional and legacy newsrooms adopting mobile journalism? Here's a look at how newsrooms are adapting to this new storytelling technology across the globe.
Journalists from global public media outlets exchanged ideas on how to regain audiences' trust in the media at the recent Public Media Alliance.
A group of panelists offers quick tips for reporting on natural disasters at the 2015 Global Investigative Journalism Conference.
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