In the wake of this year's massive Panama Papers story, Paul Radu of OCCRP and Carlos Eduardo Huertas from Connectas share their best tips for following the money in an investigation.
Inside the growing push toward locally focused journalism around the world, from Ferguson, Missouri to Rio de Janeiro.
Journalism students at Arizona State University share their top picks for journalism apps that changed the game in 2016.
Need to find a summer internship fast? You still have time to apply to one of these nine paid internship opportunities at newsrooms across the U.S.
HackPack.press recently gathered to discuss top tips for pitching video to editors, featuring speakers from Agence France-Presse, RFE/RL and more.
Across the globe, residents of slums — or highly populated, working-class urban areas — are pushing back against negative stereotypes with hyperlocal, community-driven journalism.
Want to become a globe-trotting freelance journalist? Jason Motlagh, who has reported from more than 50 countries, discusses what you need to do to get started.
For "Project 1917," a group of Russian journalists, historians and more teamed up to tell the story of the Russian Revolution in a web documentary format. Here's how they did it.
For citizens and aspiring journalists, knowing the right questions to ask while gathering news information can be a challenge. That's where Pocket Reporter, a free and open source app, comes in.
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