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Why news startups need web editors

ICFJ Knight Fellow Christopher Guess argues that digital news startup organizations are not paying enough attention to the value of a solid web editor.

Christopher Guess | January 22, 2016

How Internet crowdfunding is driving journalism forward

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.

IJNet | January 22, 2016

Five predictions for this year's digital journalism and tech trends

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.

IJNet | January 15, 2016

IJNet Persian relaunches with a digital focus

We’re happy to announce a relaunch of IJNet Persian, with fresh content and upcoming deadlines for journalism opportunities that could advance your career.

IJNet | January 11, 2016

How Associated Media Publishing is going against the grain and embracing print

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.

Leigh Andrews, Bizcommunity | December 31, 2015

A look back at this year's biggest advances in analytics

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.

Alexandra Kanik | December 23, 2015

How Press Start aims to support media freedom on a crowdfunded budget

Using crowdfunded contributions from readers, Press Start will allow journalists in countries with limited press freedom to be more independent.

Sam Berkhead | December 18, 2015

New VICE bureau in Miami caters to US Hispanic audience

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. 

Jessica Weiss | December 02, 2015

HackPack connects freelancers, fixers and editors to publish independent media coverage

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.

Sam Berkhead | November 30, 2015

How five data journalists exposed corruption in Mexico's Congress

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.

James Breiner | November 26, 2015

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