The new feature allows users to follow along with breaking news, TV shows, sports and other entertainment via a collection of curated tweets and multimedia.
The nonprofit journalism outlet first launched the platform, named after a popular South American card game, for Brazil's 2014 presidential elections. Now they're tackling congress and the senate.
ICFJ Knight Fellow Nasr ul Hadi lists off some of the cool screens the sourcing, assignment or alerts desks in your newsroom should be tinkering with all day.
Resources for journalists learning how to code, the possible 140-character-plus tweet and more in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the Center for International Media Assistance.
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