The 8,000 word piece 'Brazil's Colour Bind' is available in both English and Portuguese, and includes archival images, data, photography and video.
The world of journalism moves at a rapid pace. But when it comes to academia, journalism moves much more slowly. Six journalism professors from HBCUs share their takeaways from a summer back in the newsroom.
After weather reporter Maria Júlia Coutinho experienced a racist attack on Facebook, the digital public and media organizations banned together to show support and demand greater equality.
Whether it's for research, adding a visual to a story or finding a story idea, journalists can tap into The Commons, which makes the world's public photography archives freely available to everyone.
Tracking election campaigns in Argentina, the dirt on industrial mining in Africa, drones banned in Kenya and more from the Knight Fellows in this week's roundup.
In a recent survey of 1,000 female journalists, 65 percent said they've faced harassment at work. Here are some ways to handle it.
A recent panel hosted by the Center for International Media Assistance and the Media Diversity Institute examined how journalists can conduct inclusive reporting, even on deadline.
These newsrooms are profiled in the last chapter of the 103-page examination of the nine top newsroom trends of 2015.
Director Paulo Rogério Nunes spoke with IJNet about the media company's goal to represent a group of people that make up more than half of Brazil's population.
At NPR, WBEZ and WNYC's first podcast upfront, producers, hosts and ethusiasts offer insight into what makes podcasts successful.
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