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Six years after the Arab Spring, the Middle East's social media and internet usage has changed drastically. These trends can help anyone working in the region better identify their audience.
I had an incredible year working as a fellow for PesaCheck, Kenya's first fact-checking group. These are the most important lessons I learned — there's no such thing as an easy fact-check, for one thing.
Irish journalist Sally Hayden shares perspectives from her experiences in reporting across five continents.
Conveying the science of climate change to readers is one of the biggest challenges environmental journalists face. Luckily, a number of free multimedia tools can help.
Die Zeit’s efforts to connect with millennials, Android’s advantages for mobile journalism and more in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the Center for International Media Assistance.
Media entrepreneurs in the Middle East and North Africa can participate in a yearlong mentorship program that includes full funding to attend a three-day entrepreneurship bootcamp in Jordan.
How can news organizations involve their audiences with all aspects of the news production process? Here are some examples of how it's been done.
Kenya's first fact-checking initiative is paving the way for accountability journalism in an area where few other organizations focus full-time on verifying what public officials say.
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