Journalism is known for its ability to hold the powerful accountable — but who holds journalists accountable? At one Danish newspaper, readers evaluate the newspaper, building transparency and trust.
At a recent University of Navarra event, ProPublica's Paul Steiger outlined the company's secrets to success — and discussed how smaller newsrooms can replicate them.
How can newsrooms become more innovative in the digital landscape? According to ICFJ Knight Fellow Shaheryar Popalzai, building teams and cultivating skills are essential.
The millennial audience consumes news in many unique ways. Here's how startups like AJ+, Fusion and Timeline are leading the way in producing content that keeps this audience engaged.
Across the journalism industry, the 'death of print' has become a commonly accepted fact — but South Africa's Associated Media Publishing is proving this trend wrong.
How do you determine how "open" a government is? ICFJ Knight Fellow Stephen Abbott Pugh explains how OpenGov Fellows push the "open" movement forward.
Throughout 2015, the ways in which we publish and share content changed dramatically — as did the ways in which we measure our content's success.
Using crowdfunded contributions from readers, Press Start will allow journalists in countries with limited press freedom to be more independent.
There is no simple online metric to gauge success, but a change in approach may be needed before a change in metrics, says ICFJ Knight Fellow Stephen Abbott Pugh.
Journalist Jayadevan PK. recaps the topics discussed at the first meeting of the Bengaluru, India chapter of Hacks/Hackers, the organization that aims to bring together journalism and technology.
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