Following Reported.ly's shuttering, the Reynolds Journalism Institute's Futures Lab looks at six of the site's favorite tools for delivering top-notch breaking news on digital platforms.
A wide range of fact-checking organizations have sprung up around the world to combat misinformation — but using this technique, journalists can fact-check any claim on their own.
We've rounded up some of the best tools to make recording and editing audio a breeze, whether you're podcasting or simply adding an audio narrative to a piece.
IJNet rounds up six completely free video tools to help journalists create exciting, engaging videos at the click of a mouse.
A look at some of the best free tools and apps to make transcribing interviews easier in this week's TechCorner, produced by HackPack.press.
Journalists and technologists demo free, open source reporting tools at the IRE investigative journalism conference in New Orleans.
The journalism tools featured at #IJF16, becoming a self-employed journalist and more in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the Center for International Media Assistance.
Hosted amid the data journalism conference NICAR in Denver, Colorado, Steal My Tool showcased tools that fellow news organizations can take for their own use.
This free platform will help journalists, aid workers and others access, fact-check and interpret data related to international development efforts, boosting transparency and accountability.
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