In 2011, CBC reporter Duncan McCue published the guide "Reporting in Indigenous Communities," which walks reporters through all steps of the reporting process.
Newsletters are a direct channel to your audience. Rishad Patel, from The Splice Newsroom, gives tips on how to create your own.
Code for Africa is using sensors to collect and track recent — perhaps to-the-minute — local data for journalists, citizens and organizations.
To avoid parachute journalism, Borders' creators used input from locals living in the border regions they planned to cover.
Media Party takes place in Buenos Aires every year, bringing together journalists from around the world. Here are some key takeaways from this year's event.
Manar Abdul Amir Al-Zubaidi is an Iraqi journalist whose publication addresses women's issues, highlights the role of media in combating violence against women and prepares reports about minorities.
From coloring books and hot dogs to a crowd-sourced story on public education, the Cincinnati Enquirer offers a model to other publishers for using Instagram Stories.
Using a community news alert app, South Africa's informal settlements are finding a new way to bring their stories to the media and make changes to their lives.
Perceptions of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) are inadvertently shaped by sensationalist coverage of the region, erasing its humanity and nuance. The Kerning Cultures podcast hopes to fill this gap.
Nicaragua has been involved in a political and humanitarian crisis. Journalists, developers and others have been using digital innovation to share information and updates about the protests.
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