At the fourth annual Data Journalism Awards, journalists from around the world showcased their innovative and impactful stories.
IJNet chats with interactive journalist Jacqui Maher, who is based in the U.K. at BBC News Labs.
Advice from a mobile journalist on equipment, Facebook Instant Articles debut and more in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the Center for International Media Assistance.
The Ekuatorial team displays environmental degradation in Indonesia through longform journalism and mapping, user experience gets a hackathon in Buenos Aires and more from the Knight Fellows in this week’s roundup.
While researching the public's interest in the Ukraine crisis using Twitter, Gabriel discovered the limitations of Topsy, NodeXL and Easel.ly.
Hala Nigeria debuts five projects to increase public engagement with health news, Pakistan gets its first data bootcamp and more from the Knight Fellows in this week’s roundup.
A fact-checking organization with bases in South Africa and Nigeria, Africa Check works to counteract myths and politicians' tall claims.
HackDash gets a makeover, Code for Africa launches a new tool and more in this week's Knight International Media Innovators roundup.
Created to help citizens register to vote for Kenya's general elections, GotToVote is now in Malawi, Zimbabwe, Ghana and Uganda.
Trushar Barot discusses Snapchat's new Discover feature, other examples of newsrooms using chat apps around the world, and how analytics fit in to these experiments.
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