A new research paper examining data journalism projects nominated for awards over the past four years has found the "data revolution" still isn't as large and widespread as previously thought.
Hannah Ojo uses an arsenal of digital tools and data to bring "power to the pen" in Nigeria.
The travel blog Atlas Obscura has built its brand around helping people discover the world. Now it's helping people discover the world through virtual reality.
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Journalists are often tasked with covering dangerous and chaotic situations. Two Nepalese journalists, with experience covering protests and natural disasters, offer advice on how to stay safe.
Digital technologies have disrupted local journalism, but also produced new possibilities. Here are eight ideas, gleaned from research in the Pacific Northwest, of how newsrooms can respond to the challenge.
Diversify Photo, a database that connects photographers of color with editors across the US, is hoping to offer new perspectives in photography. Here are some tips for editors using the site.
Journalists regularly cover natural disasters and tragedies. Is there ever an appropriate time to step in and help? And if so, when?
Shaheryar Popalzai, an ICFJ Knight Fellow, has launched a guide to 360° video, allowing journalists without tech backgrounds to utilize the immersive medium.
Medium, an online publishing platform, has announced that now anyone can put their articles behind a paywall. But how much can writers really make?
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