News organizations that seek to involve local communities can learn from the triumphs and failures of Canadian media startup OpenFile, which closed its doors in 2012.
Japan is ranked 72 in the world for press freedom and produces very few investigations. The Waseda Chronicle's success raises new hopes for investigative journalism in the country.
Digiday has a weekly podcast about the business of digital media. Two recent interviews with founders of startups had nuggets of wisdom applicable to any media startup.
This online platform connects freelance writers from all over India with mainstream publications in an attempt to provide on-the-ground perspectives and democratize the news.
Money can be an uncomfortable topic to talk about with fellow journalists, but necessary to keep doing what they enjoy. Here are seven tips to survive on the budget of a freelancer.
Digital journalism jobs are unstable — but ICFJ Knight Fellow H R Venkatash gives advice on how to become "so good they can’t ignore you."
A survey in Spain gives information on available jobs and potential career paths for graduates in journalism and communication.
La Escuela Virtual de SembraMedia is the first online school in Spanish focused on journalism entrepreneurship with classes taught by an international team of experts and accessible 24 hours a day.
How do you fund digital content? The Berlin-based daily taz uses a unique model. It was founded as a cooperative, relying on memberships and pay-at-will donations to fund their news.
Facebook recently announced a shift away from promoting media, which causes a number of challenges for publishers that relied on Facebook for traffic. Here are some strategies for dealing with the change.
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