Plus: The faces of a Russian botnet, an alt-right newsletter to subscribe to, and “falsehoods in a forest of facts.”
Across the globe, readers are increasingly showing their support for journalism with their wallets, allowing digital news sites to find loyal, sustainable revenue sources.
Plus: A new report on the many types of trolls, and what happens when fact and fiction get blended together.
Conveying the science of climate change to readers is one of the biggest challenges environmental journalists face. Luckily, a number of free multimedia tools can help.
Die Zeit’s efforts to connect with millennials, Android’s advantages for mobile journalism and more in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the Center for International Media Assistance.
Media entrepreneurs in the Middle East and North Africa can participate in a yearlong mentorship program that includes full funding to attend a three-day entrepreneurship bootcamp in Jordan.
Journalism students at Arizona State University rate their favorite journalism apps that changed the game in Spring 2017.
Smart investment in technology and data skills can help newsrooms create innovative projects on a budget. ICFJ Knight Fellow Jacopo Ottaviani and Code for Africa News Fellow Johnny Miller explain how.
IJNet commemorated World Press Freedom Day by taking part in a chat on journalism safety. We spoke with chat organizer Sarah Jones about the "Remembering Fallen Journalists" movement and more.
To mark World Press Freedom Day, a new study from UNESCO looks at the threats journalists and their sources face in the digital space — and the legal protections that exist to protect them.
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