During a recent webinar, Giovanni Zagni from Italy's Pagella Politica and Catherine Gicheru from Kenya's PesaCheck shared their best advice for making fact-checking and verification spread faster than fake news.
New technologies, such as cellphones and social media, have changed the field of photojournalism. The second installment of our six-part photojournalism series explores how editors are adapting.
Thanks to ICFJ Knight Fellow Nasr ul Hadi's assistance, New Jersey's SNJ Today developed a streamlined, innovative newsroom workflow. Here's how.
“Rebuilding trust will a long-term process and will require the commitment of publishers, platforms and consumers over many years.”
Indonesia's Tempo Media Group used lessons learned from its fake Ph.D. investigation to become a digitally oriented newsroom.
The Facebook-Google duopoly has become an intractable problem for media companies today. BuzzFeed thinks more diversified revenue streams are a partial solution.
False information is often irresistibly appealing and moves too fast to be stopped — which is why it will take collaboration on a large scale to combat fake news.
The Star newspaper's scrappy reporting team shows how a fresh product can build a new audience for old media.
Newsrooms can dramatically improve their video quality by training journalists in these five key aspects of video production.
Kenyan broadcast journalist Mercy Juma discusses her experiences as the first-ever Michael Elliott Award winner — and insights for fellow African journalists hoping to enter the contest.
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