The Nile River flows through 11 countries, and news coverage is largely fragmented. InfoNile is a new geojournalism project that uses data and mapping to better cover water-related issues in the region.
These publications are distributed through USB and hard drives, and appeal to an audience hungry for new topics and more attractive content on the island.
Misinformation is difficult to track, and debunk, when it's spread through messaging apps. Cofacts uses volunteer fact-checkers to address the problem.
News organizations that seek to involve local communities can learn from the triumphs and failures of Canadian media startup OpenFile, which closed its doors in 2012.
IJNet rounds up three free or low-cost mobile apps that can help you edit your mobile video on the go in 2018.
Photojournalist Karam al-Masri details his extraordinary journey from law school student to internationally renowned photographer.
A new crowdsourcing media effort in the Caribbean is utilizing citizen journalism to document hurricane recovery efforts.
Medium, an online publishing platform, has announced that now anyone can put their articles behind a paywall. But how much can writers really make?
A new website allows journalists to compare and contrast organizations worldwide that aim to protect media workers from threats.
Kenya's biggest news organizations are developing apps to allow citizens to contribute footage and generate stories of their own.
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