ICFJ Knight Fellow Ravi Bajpai discusses how journalists can avoid some of the most common mistakes made with 360° video storytelling.
Solutions for teaching news literacy, Le Monde’s Snapchat fact-checking experiments and more in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the Center for International Media Assistance.
Each encryption app has different features for journalists to take advantage of, but some are better than others. The Reynolds Journalism Institute's Futures Lab ranked them from best to worst.
How journalists can use Bigvu, a free app, to record, manage and publish videos more easily.
Can an interview conducted over texting have the same level of nuance and depth as a spoken interview? France's Néon is experimenting with the medium to find out.
Poynter's International Fact-Checking Network spread the fact-checking movement across five continents for International Fact-Checking Day — and news organizations and educators can still get involved.
Matter's startup accelerator is seeking change-minded media projects aiming to change the world of journalism for the better. Here's how you can apply.
A team of seven journalists used data journalism to reveal the continued lack of aid following Nepal's 2015 earthquake. Arun Karki shares some lessons learned from their project.
How three independent news sites in Venezuela are partnering to navigate their country's tough economic climate.
Former ICFJ Knight Fellow Miguel Paz recently released a free guide to GitHub for Spanish-speaking journalists. He spoke with IJNet about how GitHub can benefit journalists of all languages.
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