Stories on environmental crises don't always reach the people most affected. An investigative reporting initiative in Indonesia is trying to change that.
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?
China is home to some of the world's largest social and messaging networks. As brands and media seek to expand into China, they will need to better understand these networks and those who use them.
Kenyan broadcast journalist Mercy Juma discusses her experiences as the first-ever Michael Elliott Award winner — and insights for fellow African journalists hoping to enter the contest.
Can the engagement methods of solutions journalism help regain public trust in media?
Investigative reporters sat on a panel at the 2017 Global Investigative Journalism Conference in South Africa to share tips about how to track looted wealth and laundered money.
In the event that a digital outlet folds, here are some tools to allow a journalist to archive his or her work.
Media economics expert Robert Picard recently spoke on the overstated role that website analytics play in news sites' business models — and how we can rethink this.
After asking journalists about their startups, IJNet got the nitty-gritty on the errors they made, the lessons learned and what advice they have for journalists seeking to follow a similar path.
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