A former Chicago Tribune business reporter now runs the editorially independent publication-turned-podcast, financially backed by Basecamp.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution created the Breakdown, a weekly podcast series profiling a 2006 criminal case in Georgia.
NPR's Michael May explains how public radio's Storytelling Lab works, why infographics are important and more in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by CIMA.
These newsrooms are profiled in the last chapter of the 103-page examination of the nine top newsroom trends of 2015.
IJNet rounded up low-cost and free tools that journalists can use to create radio shows and podcasts of their own.
ICFJ Knight Fellow Elsabet Samuel Tadesse trained radio journalists to go local with their health stories, and has since seen a marked increase in health coverage across the region.
At NPR, WBEZ and WNYC's first podcast upfront, producers, hosts and ethusiasts offer insight into what makes podcasts successful.
How podcasts are expanding audio's distribution model, the Malaysian parliament gives the government permission to censor online news and more in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the Center for International Media Assistance.
The new app guides you through recording a conversation with a family member, friend or stranger, prompting you with questions and cues throughout the process.
The project's founder discusses the broadcast's origins and how it found its focus during the IJNet Arabic virtual mentoring center.
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