In the face of a lack of hard evidence to report on water supply contamination in Brazil, journalists are preparing to collect the data themselves.
FlashCast marries LED displays on buses with a mobile, location-based software system to deliver news and information to commuters.
In Colombia, the winners of a US$10,000 prize are building an app to shine a light on corruption in public spending.
The co-founder of Venezuela's El Cambur shares lessons learned as he got his startup off the ground with help from the Media Factory, Latin America's first media accelerator.
The platform makes difficult-to-access census and other data user-friendly for cash-strapped, understaffed newsrooms.
Visualizations of attacks can help newsrooms identify potential dangers, as well as needed security training and protocols, for their reporters.
The latest addition to the millennial-aimed Fusion network, the interactive team brings "cinematic and multimedia tradition into online news."
A new data-driven journalism platform launched today to expose environmental threats to South America’s Gran Chaco region, which suffers from the world’s highest deforestation rate.
A new version of GotToVote!, the platform originally created to help voters find their polling stations in Kenya, was adopted by elections officials in Malawi to verify voters.
Five data-driven projects produced during the regional hackathon La Ruta de Dinero (The Money Trail) will receive support from HacksLabs, the first accelerator of data journalism projects in Latin America.
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