Digital Journalism

Digital Journalism


How Facebook and Google are capturing news traffic and advertising

Platforms like Facebook and Google are controlling what readers see, and news organizations are becoming even more dependent on traffic from social mediums.

James Breiner | May 13, 2015

Five tools for creating your own podcasts

IJNet rounded up low-cost and free tools that journalists can use to create radio shows and podcasts of their own. 

Natasha Tynes | May 12, 2015

ONA seeks entries for 2015 Online Journalism Awards [Worldwide]

The Online News Association will recognize online journalists, digital news organizations and students for excellence, offering US$60,000 in prize money.

The New York Times' Marc Frons: From the World Wide Web to mobile

The senior vice president and chief information officer of The New York Times discusses how the evolution of technology has changed storytelling.

Ashley Nguyen | May 11, 2015

NPR offers reporting fellowship [US]

Journalists can apply for a US$24,000 fellowship to conduct a reporting project abroad.

News-Decoder seeks editorial intern [France]

Aspiring multimedia journalists with an interest in international affairs can apply for this position in Paris.

AAJA Asia Chapter hosts conference [South Korea]

The New. Now. Next Media (N3) Conference will feature workshops, panels, networking meals and tour programs in Seoul.

Why 'innovation' needs to take a step back

ICFJ Knight Fellow Chris Guess asks us to reevaluate the word innovation and focus on concepts that are truly changing the media landscape.

Christopher Guess | April 29, 2015

BBC Arabic Film and Documentary Festival seeks entries [MENA]

Films produced after December 2010 exploring the struggles for power and control that continue to shake the Arab region are eligble.

Knight-VICE Innovators Fund to support journalists globally [Worldwide]

Journalists with innovative projects can apply for training and seed money from the US$500,000 Knight-VICE Innovators Fund.