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Anchor app delivers the news in short audio clips

Journalists can use Anchor, a new app, to produce short audio clips and get them to listeners instantly. Here’s how.

Sam Berkhead | April 19, 2016

Do you speak Spanglish?: Producing content for Latino audiences

What should news organizations know when trying to engage Latino audiences? Editors recently shared their advice and tips at the Hispanicize event in Miami.

Jenny Manrique | April 18, 2016

International Journalism Festival showcases engagement and crowdsourcing tools, tips

The journalism tools featured at #IJF16, becoming a self-employed journalist and more in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the Center for International Media Assistance.

IJNet | April 15, 2016

How a fact-checker aims to advance Northern Ireland's peace process

Newly launched fact-checking site FactCheckNI works to ease lingering tensions in Northern Ireland with objective, balanced and nonpartisan coverage and analyses.

Sam Berkhead | April 13, 2016

For journalists covering Cuba, challenges persist despite thaw in relations

Since the U.S. and Cuba began normalizing relations in late 2014, journalists are now flocking to Cuba. A recent panel at the Hispanicize event in Miami discussed some of the challenges reporters in Cuba may face.

Jenny Manrique | April 12, 2016

Spain's El Diario finds success with unique business model

In 2015, El Diario, a free digital publication in Spain, grew its revenues by 33 percent. Its secret? A commitment to transparency and high-quality reporting that keeps readers coming back for more.

James Breiner | March 31, 2016

Women’s Reporting Point helps women journalists report safety threats

A new safety platform for women journalists, Fresco News’ Fox partnership and more in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the Center for International Media Assistance.

IJNet | March 11, 2016

The Guardian launches innovation lab to experiment with mobile news technologies

How can today’s newsrooms design mobile products and content that captivates their readers? A new project at The Guardian U.S. aims to find out.

Sam Berkhead | March 03, 2016

Ahead of 2016 Olympics, Rio de Janeiro's favelas become hubs of local journalism

In a few months, journalists from all over the globe will descend on Rio de Janeiro for the 2016 Olympic Games. Increasingly, however, local journalists are telling their own stories on their own terms.

Alessandra Monnerat | February 29, 2016

What journalists need to know about covering racial injustice

In the era of Black Lives Matter, what must journalists do to fairly cover racial injustice? According to investigative reporter Nikole Hannah-Jones, data may play a more important role than you think.

Kasia Kovacs | February 22, 2016

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