Facebook recently announced a shift away from promoting media, which causes a number of challenges for publishers that relied on Facebook for traffic. Here are some strategies for dealing with the change.
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From translating stories to reporting on the streets during the Arab uprisings, Nehal El-Sherif has had a diverse career. She spoke to IJNet about lessons and advice she's learned over the years.
In 2018, media companies will shift how they interact with consumers, creating more personalized services. We recap the latest predictions from the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.
Facebook announced last week that they will update the structure of the newsfeed in a response to criticism over the spread of fake news. But these changes might not provide the answer.
While many conversations focus on the declining trust in media, this study takes a different approach with an in-depth look at media initiatives that are working to rebuild it.
Newsrooms around the world are building teams dedicated to producing innovative content. ICFJ Knight Fellow Shaheryar Popalzai has tips to implement one of these teams in your newsroom.
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China's state news agency, Xinhua News, announces their plans to bring artificial intelligence into their newsroom as part of a major push by the country to become an AI world leader.
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