Digital Journalism

Digital Journalism


New site Efecto Cocuyo takes on independent reporting in Venezuela

The independent, community-driven news venture in Venezuela aims to tell the stories no one else will. 

Jessica Weiss | March 18, 2015

Journalism fellowships offered [EU]

The Nico Colchester Journalism Fellowship will place reporters at the Financial Times and The Economist.

Deadline approaching: online course on freedom of expression in the digital age [Pakistan]

The International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) invites journalists with three to 10 years of professional journalism experience to apply for a six-week online course.

Media and Digital Literacy Academy hosts training program [MENA]

Digital media academics and students can apply for a two-week fellowship in Beirut, Lebanon.

Make your story stronger by writing during reporting process

Digital media trainer Steve Buttry shares how writing as you report can aid your work process and generate a clearer story.

Steve Buttry | March 13, 2015

Scholarships available for master’s program on media innovation [Worldwide]

The International Media Innovation Management is a part-time program that incorporates e-learning and seminars in Europe and the United States.

Visual storytelling workshop offers scholarships [US]

The Kalish Workshop is a five-day training program on visual communication across a variety of platforms, such as mobile, tablet, web and print.

Reporters Without Borders combats online censorship

Reporters Without Borders manages to unblock access to nine news sites, ways newsrooms can use Instagram and more in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the Center for International Media Assistance.

IJNet | March 13, 2015

Quick Start tutorials: Using Storehouse for multimedia stories

Catch a free preview of Robb Montgomery's course from his Smart Film School and receive an IJNet discount.

IJNet | March 13, 2015

Why email newsletters are back in vogue

Amid the social media clutter and constant influx of information, digital publishers like Vox and BuzzFeed are turning their attention to newsletters. 

Natasha Tynes | March 11, 2015