Several Latin American media outlets are experimenting with Instagram Stories to promote their content. Here are some tips for using the platform.
As misinformation becomes a growing problem in media and politics, many people turn to public authorities. Soft power solutions offer an alternative that doesn't risk government censorship.
The editorial director of the recently censored Cuban publication talks about the journalism on the island and ensures that the editorial line of the publication will not change despite the blockade.
In the second installment of our series we explore Africa Check, a fact-checking organization active around the continent.
We received more than 150 responses to our annual reader survey. Here's what we learned, and how we plan to improve in 2018.
The Global Editors Network is launching an online hub to centralize data journalism work happening around the world.
As virtual and augmented reality become popular for use in journalism, it raises questions about transparency, visual manipulation and what might happen if dishonest organizations produce fake VR reports.
IJNet compiled a short list of available resources to help journalists and newsrooms easily access more diverse and inclusive sources, images and language.
The use of social media continues to evolve in the Middle East and North Africa, so what does it look like today? And what can we expect to see in the future?
Money can be an uncomfortable topic to talk about with fellow journalists, but necessary to keep doing what they enjoy. Here are seven tips to survive on the budget of a freelancer.
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