To go out on their own, journalists need to recognize that journalism is a business and that someone has to pay the bills. This means having discussions that make many journalists uncomfortable.
From 2001 to 2017, fourteen media organizations were launched in Cuba that are already having impact on and off the island. They all have one thing in common: their main objective is to do journalism.
SembraMedia's latest study shows how women are taking a leadership role in the development of digital journalism in Latin America.
Beenish Ahmed has made a name for herself as an international freelancer. Now, she's venturing into the world of media entrepreneurship. Here's how she's doing it.
Across the globe, readers are increasingly showing their support for journalism with their wallets, allowing digital news sites to find loyal, sustainable revenue sources.
El Salvador's El Faro found success with crowdfunding — making it one of the first Central American news sites to do so. Here's how digital media startups can replicate its success.
How media startups like Reinventar Jornalistas RJ and Brio Hunter are helping Brazil's journalists connect and find jobs in an increasingly tough economic climate.
Media can no longer solely rely on advertising and subscription revenue to make ends meet. ICFJ Knight Fellow Janine Warner shares tips for how entrepreneurial journalists can thrive in the landscape.
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