ICFJ Knight Fellow Christopher Guess argues that digital news startup organizations are not paying enough attention to the value of a solid web editor.
Journalism’s shift to crowdsourcing funds, Kuwait’s increased control of online media and more in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the Center for International Media Assistance.
Predicting the future of digital journalism technology, Al Jazeera America to close and more in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the Center for International Media Assistance.
We’re happy to announce a relaunch of IJNet Persian, with fresh content and upcoming deadlines for journalism opportunities that could advance your career.
Across the journalism industry, the 'death of print' has become a commonly accepted fact — but South Africa's Associated Media Publishing is proving this trend wrong.
Throughout 2015, the ways in which we publish and share content changed dramatically — as did the ways in which we measure our content's success.
Using crowdfunded contributions from readers, Press Start will allow journalists in countries with limited press freedom to be more independent.
Weiss chatted with Dan Perry, VICE's managing director of pan-regional Latin America, about what it takes to launch a new bureau and why they chose this market.
With a growing number of news organizations downsizing their global operations, HackPack looks to foster a “market network” to link these outlets to freelancers and fixers around the world.
Five young Mexican journalists spent a year sifting through thousands of public officials' expense reports. James Breiner explains how they discovered gross misuse of taxpayer dollars.
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