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.
ICFJ Knight Fellow Raymond Joseph highlights the importance of outreach and training to introduce new data tools to journalists.
MozFest 2015 is this weekend, ICFJ Knight Fellow Christopher Guess launches Push and more from the Knight Fellows in this week’s roundup.
IJNet talked to Nic Dawes, chief editorial and content officer at the Hindustan Times, to find out more about the changes occurring in the newsroom and the importance of adapting to digital.
The director of the University of Southern California's Media Impact Project encourages journalists to spend 15 minutes a day taking an audience-first approach to data.
Free app iGrab lets journalists create multimedia content on the go, Facebook introduces a new tool and more in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the Center for International Media Assistance.
During a recent NPR editorial training webinar, engagement editor Kelsey Proud outlined seven questions all journalists should ask themselves to involve their target audience.
If you're trying to move past the clicks, here are five indicators of success that are more useful for nonprofit publications.
Roper suggests conceptualizing each project with three distinct groups in mind: partners, users and audience, with each group needing its own metric for monitoring success.
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