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.
Founders of accelerators, venture capital funds and angel investing networks offered tips for early entrepreneurs at IWMF's Cracking the Code conference.
This month we feature Brazilian journalist and editor Nicole Froio, a freelancer based in Rio de Janeiro. Froio writes about human rights, with a special focus on feminism and gender politics.
Pointers for news organizations seeking greater gender balance in the workplace and in their storytelling.
In media and other industries, women and minorities are too often left out of the startup ecosystem. Here's how to change that.
Looking to expand your journalism toolkit, take on a new beat or receive recognition for your work? Check out these promising courses, fellowships and competitions with deadlines in April.
Looking to expand your journalism toolkit, take on a new beat or receive recognition for your work? Check out these promising courses, fellowships and competitions open to journalists worldwide.
Chicas Poderosas (Powerful Women), the group focusing on women in journalism and technology, created three new apps during its fifth meeting in Latin America.
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