For digital-only news media to survive, it will be increasingly necessary to cultivate relationships with readers, writes former ICFJ Knight Fellow James Breiner.
As 2016 comes to a close, media organizations are teaming up with tech companies like Facebook and Google to take action against the spread of fake news online.
Bingdu, a Chinese news app, allows users to make money by reading and sharing stories. Storybench spoke with Fei Wang, editorial director of Bingdu, to learn more.
Snapchat is becoming increasingly popular among journalists and news organizations as a new way to connect with audiences. Here are some of the best organizations and journalists to follow.
Rwandan journalist Jean Claude Kabengera discusses his experiences with the Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship and offers his top tips for applying.
Slovakian journalist and filmmaker Sara Cincurova discusses her work to bring human rights advocacy to the forefront of her work, her advice for fellow journalists and more.
A nuanced approach to social media — based on experimentation and analysis — can help social media editors drive more traffic and engagement on their websites.
Freelance journalists working abroad need to be able to capture a story at a moment's notice. Award-winning foreign correspondent Jason Motlagh shares his checklist for success.
Find new online media outlets for your byline in this week's TechCorner, produced by HackPack.press.
What role do women play in the mobile journalism movement? From Australia to Ireland, there's a growing push to get more women involved.
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