Messaging apps are the new front line in ensuring secure communications between journalists, sources and contacts. Here are several different options and their pros and cons.
Snapchat is becoming an increasingly popular way to deliver the news — but it doesn't have to be a one-way street. Here are some simple tips to get your audiences more involved instantly.
Tech’s evolving role in newsmaking, Facebook’s live video push and more in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the Center for International Media Assistance.
In Iran, mobile messaging app Telegram is a popular tool for sharing information. However, the Commitee to Protect Journalists finds this platform could pose risks for Iran’s journalists.
A growing number of Tanzanian journalists are leveraging WhatsApp's popularity and turning it into a tool for finding breaking stories.
Atlas, Quartz’s in-house tool for creating simple, mobile-friendly charts and other data visualizations, will now be available to anyone in the world to use.
Tamedia's #12 app is adding a unique touch to the mobile experience by providing readers with a variety of hand-curated content.
Media entrepreneurs in the MENA region can apply for the MENA Campus 2016 program.
Using GroundSource, a phone-based messaging platform, New Orleans' The Listening Post has created a two-way dialogue with its listeners to more closely engage with the communities it serves.
Can mobile news platforms help free press survive? Learn how ICFJ Knight Fellow Chris Guess launched iOS and Android apps for the last independent news outlet in Azerbaijan.
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