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.
Venezuelan journalist of the month Kiarinna Parisi Pedrá began her journalism career in her native country before landing a position with Univision in Atlanta.
Journalists with verified Facebook pages can now deliver breaking news to their followers through Mentions, a live-streaming app.
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.
We talked with the magazine's Engagement Editor Lainna Fader about the experiment's conception, process and results.
As the community of Instagram users continues to grow, sharing upwards of 55 million photos per day, many publications are embracing the photo-social platform’s value. Here are five notable projects.
In a follow-up to his first piece on stabilizing rigs for your mobile camera, Packer offers breathing techniques, shooting postures and other ways to ensure a clear shot.
Shaky videos are either a sign of video journalists new to the craft or a lack of proper equipment. These four types of rigs can help secure a smooth shot.
Journalist of the month Christy Ejiogu is a senior programs producer at TVC News in Nigeria who is passionate about protecting "the voice of the African woman."
These films explain the challenging contexts in which reporting occurs today in Mexico, one of the world's most dangerous countries for journalists.
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