Newsrooms reacted to the U.K.'s vote to the leave the European Union by experimenting with storytelling techniques and other creative ways to cover breaking news.
By focusing on positive, successful solutions to society's issues instead of their negative aspects, solutions journalism is turning traditional media on its head.
At the C2 Montreal conference in Quebec, leaders from new media and traditional news outlets alike shared ideas for what comes next in the industry's future.
For seven years, UP Nairobi has brought coverage of local culture and news to the rising middle class of Kenya's capital city with a combination of in-depth coverage and short, clever content.
At a recent event in New York, fellows at the Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism showcased their media startups and news platforms.
More than a year after its disappearance, Medium launched the Ghost Boat project to search for answers about a missing boat of refugees — and it's an investigation that continues today.
Over the last two years, StopFake has grown into the "Snopes of Ukraine," busting rumors and inaccuracies in both the Russian and Ukrainian media.
As tens of thousands of journalists prepare to travel to Rio de Janeiro for the 2016 Olympic Games, RioOnWatch has released the Olympics Resources for Journalists to promote balanced, accurate coverage of the city.
Tamedia's #12 app is adding a unique touch to the mobile experience by providing readers with a variety of hand-curated content.
New findings reveal readers’ longform preferences, going inside the Panama Papers and more in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the Center for International Media Assistance.
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