Where should journalists draw the line when publishing photos and video of tragic events? A panel recently discussed the ethics of graphic imagery at Columbia University’s Tow Center for Digital Journalism.
At a recent Center for International Media Assistance panel, media development experts discussed how governments and the media can work together to create independent news environments.
Based in Africa for the last 12 years, Emilio E. Manfredi has published pieces in major global outlets and taken on research projects for human rights groups. Here's how he balances both gigs.
During a recent NPR editorial training webinar, engagement editor Kelsey Proud outlined seven questions all journalists should ask themselves to involve their target audience.
The Portuguese illustrator explains the challenges of illustrating for news and how the medium of drawing can offer readers a richer understanding of what’s happening in the world.
With the island's economic crisis making headlines the world over, journalists covering this nuanced geographical and cultural beat need to master the basics.
Basic interviewing and note-taking techniques, ways to improve environmental reporting and more in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the Center for International Media Assistance.
HuffPost Arabi launched Monday as the 14th localized version of the popular news and opinion site.
Whether it's for research, adding a visual to a story or finding a story idea, journalists can tap into The Commons, which makes the world's public photography archives freely available to everyone.
A group of students from Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs conducted a cross-country study on how the press cover journalists safety.
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