Forget unique visitors and page views. Focus on measuring engagement and loyalty to get a real idea of how your audience feels about your content.
A new report examines efforts to teach citizens to not only understand the messages they encounter, but to become better content creators.
A community news outlet is giving a voice to victims of rape in a country where that crime is often swept under the rug.
To tap into the subtle differences in ethnic groups, journalists must understand their audience's aspirations, passions, fears, culture and language.
Why going digital isn't just an upgrade, what works when teaching media entrepreneurship, a Twitter news service and more are found in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the Center for International Media Assistance (CIMA).
Whether you've been covering the same beat for years or are reporting on your hometown for the first time, it’s possible to miss a great story because you're too close to your subject.
Babatunde Akpeji is helping citizen journalists in the Niger Delta region bring their health coverage to Nigeria's mainstream news outlets.
Newsrooms that want to take community engagement to the next level can learn from World Pulse's "Girls Transform the World" campaign.
IJNet talks with the editor of Indonesia's Kompasiana website, which has 2,000 contributors who publish 800 articles daily.
Journalists who follow the adage "Show, don't tell" have a powerful but underused tool at their disposal: news games.
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