Using cross-border collaborative journalism, reporters in Central and Eastern Europe are amplifying their news against populist and propagandized media.
Newsrooms are working together to provide quality in-depth reporting. A new report has identified the six types of collaborative journalism and the benefits and and drawbacks of each.
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.
“Most places are using email, maybe there’s a calendar they share, they’re trying to make Trello boards, they’re trying to get everybody into Slack…the pain caused by tools is not insignificant.”
A team of seven journalists used data journalism to reveal the continued lack of aid following Nepal's 2015 earthquake. Arun Karki shares some lessons learned from their project.
Looking to expand your journalism craft — or help others with theirs? Check out the best online groups for journalists in this week's TechCorner, produced by HackPack.press.
Investigative reporters meet in New Orleans this month, the next Media Party planned for Buenos Aires and more from the Knight Fellows in this week’s roundup.
CONNECTASHub brings Latin American investigative journalists together, helping them to collaborate, promote their work, search for funding and more.
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