As discussed by a diverse group of media workers in India, the first step towards tackling the "fake news" problem is arguing for a more precise understanding of what this term means.
Current students discuss how Tsinghua University's master of arts in global business journalism offers an intensive, internationally focused education — and offer tips for applying.
Each year, U.S. minority journalists get the chance to report from abroad with ICFJ's Bringing Home the World fellowship. Here's how to make your application stand out.
A look at some of the best free or low-cost online courses journalists can take to keep their skills sharp.
The Committee to Protect Journalists has launched a new team meant to help journalists operating in some of the world's most dangerous areas, alongside a report describing the risks faced by media workers.
When's the right time to use Facebook Live versus another tool like Periscope? Here's a few tips for how newsrooms can choose between live-streaming apps.
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 March.
Indian journalist and educator Deepti Ganapathy shares perspectives from the world of academia and discusses how she finds stories worth telling.
Like all forms of media, radio journalism has changed and evolved in recent years. Check out some tips for how to get involved and stay relevant in radio.
Throughout 2016, IJNet's journalists of the month had plenty of advice and insights to share with us. We compiled some of their best comments from the year.
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