ICFJ Knight Fellow Ravi Bajpai discusses how journalists can avoid some of the most common mistakes made with 360° video storytelling.
Indian journalist and educator Deepti Ganapathy shares perspectives from the world of academia and discusses how she finds stories worth telling.
Past winners of the Johnson & Johnson Global Health Reporting Contest recently shared tips and insights into producing effective health journalism.
In the wake of the high-profile December 2012 gang rape case in India, the media made a number of mistakes in its coverage. Here's how these mistakes can be avoided in the future.
How journalist of the month Sonali Kudva works at the intersection of academia and journalism to bring underrepresented perspectives of the Indian and South Asian experience to light.
Priyanka Dubey, an Indian investigative journalist and one of this year's Knight International Journalism Award winners, shares how she reports on sensitive topics.
IJNet talked to Nic Dawes, chief editorial and content officer at the Hindustan Times, to find out more about the changes occurring in the newsroom and the importance of adapting to digital.
Citizen Matters, a local news outlet in Bangalore, India, specializes in reporting civic issues and investigative stories. The co-founders tell IJNet how they remained successful as a niche publication.
Indian journalist Pramila Krishnan focuses on social issues and has used IJNet to find courses and fellowships.
WAN-IFRA interviewed Rajiv Verma, the CEO of HT Media in India. Verma discusses revenue from print, a growing digital readership and U.S. competitors.
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