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 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.
In the second installment in our spotlight series on journalism organizations we feature RTDNA, ASNE and NPPA.
Journalists used social media to report about the Nicaraguan protests when independent media faced censorship from the government.
This is the first installment in our spotlight series on journalism organizations. This article features SPJ, IRE and ONA.
News organizations that seek to involve local communities can learn from the triumphs and failures of Canadian media startup OpenFile, which closed its doors in 2012.
In a partnership with NPR member station KUNR in Nevada, student organization Noticiero Móvil reports in Spanish to reach overlooked communities.
As misinformation becomes a growing problem in media and politics, many people turn to public authorities. Soft power solutions offer an alternative that doesn't risk government censorship.
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