Journalists who have been forced out of their countries or are in voluntary exile may find useful tips in a handbook written by a Bhutanese refugee who has been working as a journalist in refugee camps.
Journalists covering crises and traumatic events around the world can now access a compendium of resources put together by the U.S.-based Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma for journalists covering the wildfires that killed up to 173 people in Australia's Victoria state in February.
The Lower House of the Kazakh parliament is currently discussing amendments that would consider a variety of online resources as mass media, thus subjecting the sites to being blocked if deemed in violation of Kazakh law.
Internews Network and Internews Europe recently launched a report on mobile telephones and local media, which addresses the challenges and potentials of the mobile phone as a new avenue for media communication.
This is the first installment of an IJNet interview series that takes an in depth look at the experience of reporting from conflict and post conflict zones in Africa, and how the media cope in volatile situations.
In a changing media landscape -- and one in which more and more newspapers are closing their doors everyday -- journalists are left wondering what the future of news delivery might be, and what to be doing to prepare.
Development organization Panos London has published an online guide for journalists and media professionals that aims to provide clarification on climate change topics as well as advice for journalists reporting on the issue.