Mahdiya Radio 1: How an online broadcast in Tunisia found its niche in citizen reporting

The project's founder discusses the broadcast's origins and how it found its focus during the IJNet Arabic virtual mentoring center. 

Abdul Malik Bin Abdullah | March 24, 2015

StoryCorps app lets users preserve experiences via audio

StoryCorps introduces an app for everyday citizens to capture audio stories, how virtual reality might change journalism and more in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the Center for International Media Assistance.

IJNet | March 20, 2015

Nine podcasts for journalists

Podcasts are back in vogue, thanks to the popularity of the Serial podcast. Here are a list of journalism podcasts that media practitioners can listen to for on-the-go tips and inspiration. 

Natasha Tynes | January 21, 2015

Best apps and tools for recording phone or Skype interviews

Whether you’re using a landline, cell phone or Skype, there are a number of methods available for recording interviews, at a variety of price ranges. 

Jessica Weiss | January 15, 2015

Why the podcast Serial is important for journalism

Transparency is key in the hit podcast Serial — and in journalism.

Joyce Barnathan | December 03, 2014

10 audio storytelling tips to echo the podcasting boom

In this week's Digital Media Mash Up by the Center for International Media Assistance, tips for creating rich, audio storytelling, the recent boom for podcasters and more.

IJNet | November 07, 2014

Hyperaudio platform makes it easier for reporters to match interview transcripts with audio and video

Hyperaudio co-founder Mark Boas presented the platform at the recent Hacks/Hackers Buenos Aires Media Party.

Kristin Deasy | September 16, 2014

NPR debuts an app that tailors the radio to its listener

NPR bridges a gap between radio and digital, media innovations for an evolving audience, the possibility of a truncated New York Times and more are found in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the Center for International Media Assistance.

IJNet | July 31, 2014

Tips and checklists for producing radio reports

The more planning you put into producing a radio news package, the better the finished piece is likely to be. Here's a detailed list of steps to follow.

David Brewer | July 29, 2014

How NPR's Next Generation Radio, which trains young journalists, has evolved since 2000

The leaders of a training project that lures talented college students, especially students of color, to public radio share their approach to teaching.

Doug Mitchell | July 16, 2014