Ron Taylor, a veteran journalist who mentored ICFJ's Back in the Newsroom Fellowship, shares advice for newsrooms looking to offer more enriching, immersive internships.
Engaging with a diverse audience can be difficult and daunting. To reach a broader group, Chicago's WBEZ let underrepresented groups ask the questions that would be the basis for future stories.
Working with an interpreter adds another layer of challenges to the interviewing process. We asked experienced foreign correspondents to find out what has worked for them.
In a recent Knight Foundation panel, journalists from FiveThirtyEight, Associated Press and USA Today discussed how the media can learn from its mistakes made during the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
With anti-immigrant sentiment on the rise in many countries, a group of journalists and officials discussed how the media can report on migrants and refugees more ethically.
Media can no longer solely rely on advertising and subscription revenue to make ends meet. ICFJ Knight Fellow Janine Warner shares tips for how entrepreneurial journalists can thrive in the landscape.
What role do women play in the mobile journalism movement? From Australia to Ireland, there's a growing push to get more women involved.
Inside the growing push toward locally focused journalism around the world, from Ferguson, Missouri to Rio de Janeiro.
Across the globe, residents of slums — or highly populated, working-class urban areas — are pushing back against negative stereotypes with hyperlocal, community-driven journalism.
Looking to expand your journalism craft — or help others with theirs? Check out the best online groups for journalists in this week's TechCorner, produced by HackPack.press.
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