Do you have questions about the digital future of journalism? Then don't miss IJNet's Twitter chat with digital media expert Amy Webb (@webbmedia) December 15, at 9:00 AM EST.
The newly redesigned IJNet website launches today with great new features and partners, plus a Chinese channel.
A new report released by Rhodes University in South Africa analyzes citizen journalism within Africa's unique political, economic and technological context.
Journalists interested in writing about immigration in America are encouraged to download a guide released by the Michigan State University School of Journalism.
Journalists looking to improve their reporting on Islam can access a manual released by the Michigan State University School of Journalism.
Journalists interested in developing their investigative skills are encouraged to check out a manual released by the Forum for African Investigative Reporters (FAIR).
An association of African reporters has just released a report probing corruption among professional African soccer leagues.
China is using diplomacy to help authoritarian governments expand control of the media in Latin America, Africa and Southeast Asia, according to a recent report by the Center for International Media Assistance (CIMA).
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