As 2016 comes to a close, media organizations are teaming up with tech companies like Facebook and Google to take action against the spread of fake news online.
Bingdu, a Chinese news app, allows users to make money by reading and sharing stories. Storybench spoke with Fei Wang, editorial director of Bingdu, to learn more.
Snapchat is becoming increasingly popular among journalists and news organizations as a new way to connect with audiences. Here are some of the best organizations and journalists to follow.
What role do women play in the mobile journalism movement? From Australia to Ireland, there's a growing push to get more women involved.
Journalism students at Arizona State University share their top picks for journalism apps that changed the game in 2016.
HackPack.press recently gathered to discuss top tips for pitching video to editors, featuring speakers from Agence France-Presse, RFE/RL and more.
For "Project 1917," a group of Russian journalists, historians and more teamed up to tell the story of the Russian Revolution in a web documentary format. Here's how they did it.
For citizens and aspiring journalists, knowing the right questions to ask while gathering news information can be a challenge. That's where Pocket Reporter, a free and open source app, comes in.
In light of fake news outperforming traditional media sites leading up to the 2016 U.S. presidential election, what can journalists do to combat this trend?
More news organizations than ever are using 360° video. But is it always the right storytelling tool to use? ICFJ Knight Fellow Shaheryar Popalzai and Express Tribune Labs Editor Shayan Naveed discussed.
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