East African journalists who attended Code for Africa's latest drone journalism training came away with a new understanding of how to best use drones for their reporting. Here's a few lessons from the bootcamp.
Kenya's first fact-checking initiative is paving the way for accountability journalism in an area where few other organizations focus full-time on verifying what public officials say.
ICFJ Knight Fellow Shaheryar Popalzai outlines the three essential elements of 360° storytelling.
ICFJ Knight Fellow Ravi Bajpai discusses how journalists can avoid some of the most common mistakes made with 360° video storytelling.
Given recent cases of aggression against journalists covering protests and other unrest, here's a look at some essential safety practices to remember.
Former ICFJ Knight Fellow Miguel Paz recently released a free guide to GitHub for Spanish-speaking journalists. He spoke with IJNet about how GitHub can benefit journalists of all languages.
As discussed by a diverse group of media workers in India, the first step towards tackling the "fake news" problem is arguing for a more precise understanding of what this term means.
Facebook Instant Articles can be a great solution for news organizations, but it can be tricky for newcomers. Here's a look at how to avoid four of the platform's most common problems.
How Correio, a local paper with limited resources, brought innovative tools into its newsroom to grow its online metrics.
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.
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