In the latest example of how cross-border collaborations can produce innovative journalism, a recent project reveals the abuses behind the production of some of the world's biggest crops.
Plus: Surrounding fake news with real news, fake news games, and Kenya faces an election.
At Brazil's annual investigative journalism conference, experts shared tips and resources for journalists who wish to learn more about data and coding.
Speechmatics, a British company, is working on technology that could help journalists working in several different languages.
This year's Reuters Institute Digital News Report reveals much about how readers prefer to get their news.
“Problems news organizations will run into, we’ve run into before, we can help them with that, and we can hopefully help them get the same retention and engagement we did.”
Hoping to make fact-checking more engaging to the public, these organizations are producing games where you can test your ability to spot fake news.
Seeing is believing, but not if a photo has been manipulated to misrepresent an event or mislead an audience.
Countries like India have huge numbers of low-literate internet users. So why are newsrooms so focused on feeding them entertainment coverage, rather than telling news stories in a more attractive, visual way?
Journalists hoping to build a strong brand presence on social media often face a number of challenges. Three journalists share what they've learned about personal branding in the digital space.
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