In 2018, media companies will shift how they interact with consumers, creating more personalized services. We recap the latest predictions from the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.
Facebook announced last week that they will update the structure of the newsfeed in a response to criticism over the spread of fake news. But these changes might not provide the answer.
Newsrooms around the world are building teams dedicated to producing innovative content. ICFJ Knight Fellow Shaheryar Popalzai has tips to implement one of these teams in your newsroom.
What does this year have in store for journalists? Discover Breiner's predictions, and why he remains optimistic about media in 2018.
China's state news agency, Xinhua News, announces their plans to bring artificial intelligence into their newsroom as part of a major push by the country to become an AI world leader.
For photojournalists, Instagram can be a surprisingly useful tool for networking and showcasing one's work. Here's how.
In a country where the 10 most popular languages are all spoken by at least 25 million people, creating content that’s relevant to everyone is a tall order — which is why the BBC World Service needs some help.
If audiences aren't reading it, why keep writing it? The Spanish news site Público adopted this mindset when rethinking their editorial strategy — and grew their audience by 40 percent in the process.
With its unique technology, Truepic allows its users to capture instantly verified images and videos — and journalists can use the service for free.
At Media Indaba Africa 2017, ICFJ Knight Fellow Fabiola Torres López shared her biggest keys to investigative reporting success based on her experiences with OjoPúblico in Peru.
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