Check out these promising courses, fellowships and competitions with deadlines in November. Each is open to journalists worldwide.
Scott Brennan could have parachuted in briefly to report on the families whose children disappeared in Mexico last year. Instead, he spent a summer getting to know them and shooting their portraits.
Where should journalists draw the line when publishing photos and video of tragic events? A panel recently discussed the ethics of graphic imagery at Columbia University’s Tow Center for Digital Journalism.
With hundreds of thousands of migrants and refugees flooding into Europe this summer, several journalists have traveled to the epicenter of the crisis to provide 360-degree coverage.
How the BBC is working with hyperlocal media, how journalists can utilize transparency and more in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the Center for International Media Assistance.
Two photographers share their goals in creating local versions of 'Humans of New York,' a storytelling project that features a photograph and quote from strangers in the city.
Whether it's for research, adding a visual to a story or finding a story idea, journalists can tap into The Commons, which makes the world's public photography archives freely available to everyone.
Google will launch a photo service and the American Press Institute releases a report on how news organizations remain "tribal" in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by CIMA.
Three panelists discussed topics surrounding the exhibit at a recent event hosted by the Tow Center for Digital Journalism.
A panel at the recent NICAR 2015 conference offered tips for deciding when to build an interactive.
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