IJNet rounds up three free or low-cost mobile apps that can help you edit your mobile video on the go in 2018.
Newsrooms can dramatically improve their video quality by training journalists in these five key aspects of video production.
Nikita Mandhani started off as a computer engineer in her native India. But in 2015, she decided to follow her passion into a career in journalism — one that's taken her around the globe.
Video can be key to holding people accountable in a straightforward way. But how soon until video is realistically doctored? And how will we know what to trust?
The travel blog Atlas Obscura has built its brand around helping people discover the world. Now it's helping people discover the world through virtual reality.
Shaheryar Popalzai, an ICFJ Knight Fellow, has launched a guide to 360° video, allowing journalists without tech backgrounds to utilize the immersive medium.
Virtual reality in journalism is growing in popularity as an immersive new tool. But it's important to remember that while VR can enhance a story, a narrative is still critical to successfully tell a story in VR.
“Imagine a newsroom where half of the room is analysts and half is reporters. You combine what each of them is so good at doing and deliver that every day to the reader.”
First Look Media's Topic.com is a monthly publication that focuses on a different topic each issue.
British journalist Olivia Crellin found a One World Media grant through IJNet that allowed her to film a documentary in Ecuador. She shared her experiences and advice for fellow reporters with us.
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