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'Steal My Tool' event showcases collaborative tools and projects

High-profile projects like the Paradise Papers show the impact newsrooms have when working together. These tools make collaborating easier than ever.

Sara Olstad | September 20, 2018

Journalists share experience covering US border issues and family separation

When the news of the U.S. family separation policy broke in May, four journalists began covering the story as part of an IWMF fellowship.

Naomi Harris | September 19, 2018

Tips for starting your own media newsletter

Newsletters are a direct channel to your audience. Rishad Patel, from The Splice Newsroom, gives tips on how to create your own. 

Rishad Patel | September 18, 2018

3 tools for creating interactive stories

You don't need any coding skills to use these tools for creating interactive, non-linear stories. 

Jéssica Cruz | September 17, 2018

10 tools for investigative journalists

Check out the 10 best new tools for unearthing, accelerating and keeping track of investigations.

Samantha Sunne | September 14, 2018

How can journalists engage with politics on social media?

Social media blurs the lines between personal and professional content. How can journalists interact online, especially with current affairs, while maintaining their neutrality? 

Cristiana Bedei | September 13, 2018

33 free tools and project ideas from ICFJ Knight Fellows to inspire your newsroom

Steal our tools! Access these free tools and resources built by ICFJ Knight Fellows to improve newsrooms' multimedia storytelling, audience engagement and more

Marie von Hafften | September 11, 2018

Freelancing abroad: Manila through the eyes of Aurora Almendral

In the newest installment of our series, Freelancing Abroad, U.S.-born journalist Aurora Almendral shares her experience relocating to the Philippines. 

Clothilde Goujard | September 11, 2018

Sensors boost environmental journalism and citizen engagement in five African countries

Code for Africa is using sensors to collect and track recent — perhaps to-the-minute — local data for journalists, citizens and organizations.

Irene Wangui | September 10, 2018

At Misinfocon DC, participants brainstorm strategies to combat misinformation on WhatsApp

How can researchers make sense of the misinformation spreading on WhatsApp? Participants at the Credibility Coalition's workshop have some ideas.

Connie Moon Sehat, Credibility Coalition | September 07, 2018

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