Winner's of Knight Foundation's Prototype Fund Challenge shared their tools and initiatives to fight disinformation at the International Symposium on Online Journalism. Here are some of the winning projects.
La Vida de Nos and El Pitazo came together to produce short videos to tell the storyof six young people killed during the protests against Venezuelan president Nicolás Maduro last year.
In an attempt to increase economic diversity in media, this UK organization will provide free lodging and mentorship for journalism interns in London.
During a recent panel discussion at the National Press Club, media professionals offered advice for job seekers interested in working in the industry.
After connecting online in the wake of the #MeToo movement, a group of 13 current and former journalists formed Press Forward, an organization dedicated to fighting sexual harassment in the newsroom.
In a panel at the International Symposium on Online Journalism, researcher Joan Donovan shared four "source-hacking" techniques that trolls use to trick the media into publishing false information.
Award-winning freelance journalist Patrick Egwu lives in Nigeria and reports on health, conflict, education and development.
The team behind a transnational investigation shares the methods and tools they used to produce the final product, as well as lessons they learned during the process.
During a panel at the 2018 International Journalism Festival, media professionals encouraged less focus on fighting Russian disinformation and more focus on slow, high-quality reporting.
This organization is dedicated to keeping investigative stories alive, regardless of what happens to the journalists working on them, to overcome censorship and violence against journalists.
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