With terrorist attacks being a common occurrence in Pakistan, how do its journalists get readers to care about their coverage? Dawn.com recently set an example with its 144 Stories project.
impactAFRICA launches competition for data-driven stories, Costa Rican voters get a new app to vet candidates, and more from the Knight Fellows in this week’s roundup.
Creative Time Reports, a multimedia website, allows artists worldwide to weigh in on the news in unique and inspiring ways.
Ahead of the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio de Janiero, female journalists worked to create prototype apps and infographics to improve understanding of athletes with disabilities.
An app to find doctors in Nigeria, Innovation Fellowships in Kenya, and more from the Knight Fellows in this week’s roundup.
Brazilian journalist Ana Magalhães discusses Calle2, the digital magazine she hopes will "offer a new view of Latin America" to Brazil's readers.
The millennial audience consumes news in many unique ways. Here's how startups like AJ+, Fusion and Timeline are leading the way in producing content that keeps this audience engaged.
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.
The Philippines is one of the social media capitals of the world. Recently, its citizens have taken their love for social media a step further, using it to report the news and spread information.
ICFJ Knight Fellows Chris Roper and Raymond Joseph covered the basic rules for journalists on Twitter at a webinar hosted by ICFJ Anywhere and Dow Jones.
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