MozFest 2015 is this weekend, ICFJ Knight Fellow Christopher Guess launches Push and more from the Knight Fellows in this week’s roundup.
With an ever-growing selection of podcasts available on the web, finding the best ones to listen to can be a challenge. That's where NPR's new earbud.fm comes in.
How Google is investing in digital media, lessons learned from the London Hacks/Hackers event and more in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the Center for International Media Assistance.
The new feature allows users to follow along with breaking news, TV shows, sports and other entertainment via a collection of curated tweets and multimedia.
The International Women’s Media Foundation's security app lets journalists check in with contacts and signal emergencies from their mobile phones.
Journalists with verified Facebook pages can now deliver breaking news to their followers through Mentions, a live-streaming app.
In a follow-up to his first piece on stabilizing rigs for your mobile camera, Packer offers breathing techniques, shooting postures and other ways to ensure a clear shot.
How machine learning is getting rid of time-consuming tasks, Cory Haik discusses The Washington Post's mobile strategy and more in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by CIMA.
Shaky videos are either a sign of video journalists new to the craft or a lack of proper equipment. These four types of rigs can help secure a smooth shot.
Now that people can receive news on their wrist, news outlets have a responsiblity to tailor those notifications as much as possible. ICFJ Knight Fellow Christopher Guess gives some insight on how.
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