“Most places are using email, maybe there’s a calendar they share, they’re trying to make Trello boards, they’re trying to get everybody into Slack…the pain caused by tools is not insignificant.”
A number of inexpensive tools can help increase digital security for journalists around the world.
At Sweden's Svenska Dagbladet, an algorithm combines editors' news sensibilities with reader preferences to create a personalized home page for each visitor.
Want to hone your drone journalism skills? Be sure to keep these tips from Code for Africa News Fellow Johnny Miller in mind the next time you take flight.
Vice News' video style often sets it apart from more traditional news broadcasters. Here's a look at how they bring a more cinematic style to news video.
Each encryption app has different features for journalists to take advantage of, but some are better than others. The Reynolds Journalism Institute's Futures Lab ranked them from best to worst.
Former ICFJ Knight Fellow Miguel Paz recently released a free guide to GitHub for Spanish-speaking journalists. He spoke with IJNet about how GitHub can benefit journalists of all languages.
The International Center for Journalists is conducting a worldwide survey of newsrooms and their technology use. Here's how you can participate.
When it comes to keeping readers on your web pages longer, Beeline Reader could offer a helpful solution for digital news sites.
A GIF, or moving image, can make any news story instantly come to life. Here's a step-by-step guide to easily creating them.
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