After 2016, a year of flux and upheaval in journalism, take a look at some of our predictions for journalism trends in 2017.
As 2016 comes to a close, media organizations are teaming up with tech companies like Facebook and Google to take action against the spread of fake news online.
After a shocking presidential election, political journalists can take several lessons away from the 2016 campaign.
How to share audio using Audiograms and Shortcut, a new Latin American cybersecurity tool and more in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the Center for International Media Assistance.
How Google News’ new tag emphasizes fact-checking, ReliefWeb’s new apps and more in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the Center for International Media Assistance.
In the run-up to the recent referendum that saw the U.K. vote to leave the European Union, the media made several dire mistakes. Here's how they can be avoided next time.
Amid the recent Global Fact-Checking Summit, Alexios Mantzarlis of the International Fact-Checking Network shares insights on how far fact-checking has come — and where it's heading next.
Since its inception in the 1990s, Snopes.com has grown into one of the web's most formidable fact-checking sites. Editor Brooke Binkowski tells IJNet how it happened — and what lies in Snopes' future.
From debunking urban legends to exposing political inaccuracies, IJNet rounds up the best fact-checking tools for 2016.
The nonprofit journalism outlet first launched the platform, named after a popular South American card game, for Brazil's 2014 presidential elections. Now they're tackling congress and the senate.
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