With mobile journalism on the rise everywhere, its leading figures are now working to hone and develop the craft into an authentic storytelling method.
Four tips for journalists looking to innovate in countries with strong censorship laws based on ICFJ Knight Fellow John Kluver's experiences in Russia and Kazakhstan.
A new five-point guide from the Ethical Journalism Network aims to facilitate fair, accurate coverage of global migration.
Using Deepgram's artificial intelligence-driven software, journalists can scour audio and video recordings for newsworthy soundbites for free in the days leading up to the U.S. presidential election.
By reaching them on their mobile phones, Agribusiness TV is working to engage younger audiences across Africa with agricultural news.
As Zika continues to spread across Latin America and into the U.S., the need for journalists to fairly report on the virus is apparent. IJNet rounds up the best tip sheets and resources to help your coverage.
What does it take to organize an event that will foster and spur media innovation? Here's how Hacks/Hackers Buenos Aires pulled off its most successful Media Party conference to date.
ICFJ Knight Fellow Adi Eyal has helped launch a data journalism training academy to help South African newsrooms improve data literacy in order to find stories and complement investigations.
What is solutions journalism—and how can today's journalists weave more solutions-based narratives into their reporting? Here are some resources to help.
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Drone Journalism Lab has released a free, open source operations manual to help newsrooms more easily learn the essentials of drone journalism.
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