Twitter's data editor explains how the five Ws of journalism - who, what, when, where and why - can help reporters use data more responsibly.
Stanford University continues to grow its journalism program by adding more courses on analyzing data and how to incorporate it into reporting.
In Latin America, producing data journalism is often difficult due to a simple fact: Data is not that easy to get here. A new handbook aims to help the region’s journalists understand and work with data in this sometimes-tricky context.
The platform makes difficult-to-access census and other data user-friendly for cash-strapped, understaffed newsrooms.
The risks of freelancing, journalists leaving traditional media organizations and more are found in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the Center for International Media Assistance.