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The Listening Post Collective to lead local newsrooms into a new form of engagement

How journalists and newsrooms alike can use The Listening Post Collective's new website to develop stronger methods of community engagement.

Sam Berkhead | July 13, 2017

Exploring the intersections of journalism and technology

At the 12th Congress of Investigative Journalism in São Paulo, media professionals from Blendle, Vox.com and more discussed how new technologies inform their work in journalism.

Jéssica Cruz | July 12, 2017

Tips for combating gender-based harassment in the newsroom

In many countries, women in journalism still face significant discrimination for their work. These tips and guidelines can help female journalists mitigate this issue.

Sherry Ricchiardi | July 11, 2017

How one freelancer is making the jump to media entrepreneurship

Beenish Ahmed has made a name for herself as an international freelancer. Now, she's venturing into the world of media entrepreneurship. Here's how she's doing it.

Clothilde Goujard | July 10, 2017

4 revealing takeaways from the GEN Summit 2017

At the Global Editors Network Summit in Vienna, leading media figures discussed the ongoing digital journalism revolution, from mobile news to augmented reality.

Damian Radcliffe | July 07, 2017

New site Podchaser helps listeners discover podcasts

The database and discovery site Podchaser will help users find top-rated podcast episodes from both small and well-known shows.

Ricardo Bilton | July 06, 2017

Inside VICE Media's social video strategy

Through strong, eye-catching visuals and substantive storytelling, VICE Media is taking a unique approach to producing video for social media.

Reuben Stern, Reynolds Journalism Institute | July 05, 2017

How building trust in the media can get people to pay for their news

A representative sample of 2,100 Spanish adults was examined, and researchers found that people who do not trust "the media" are more likely to pay for digital news. 

James Breiner | July 04, 2017

Study seeks 1,300 journalists' opinions on improving coverage of mass shootings

Researchers found journalists favor reporting on survivors of mass shootings and long-term solutions to mass shootings along with short-term event coverage. 

Nicole Smith Dahmen | July 03, 2017

Google News puts fact-checking first in latest redesign

“To give them that multitude of facts, voices and perspectives, you want the UI to disappear and not be a sense of overload or cognitive load on them but just be transparent.”

Joseph Lichterman, Nieman Lab | June 30, 2017

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