Digital Journalism

Digital Journalism


IWPR hosts training program [Ukraine]

Experienced journalists from online, print and broadcast media can apply for this training program in Kiev.

BuzzFeed seeks new market prospector [Europe]

Journalists with more than three years of experience in digital publishing or project management can apply for this position in London.

The shocking costs of pursuing data journalism — and how newsrooms can afford them

Accessing the data needed to pursue data journalism is notoriously expensive. Can today’s newsrooms keep up with the cost?

Sam Berkhead | September 30, 2015

Free course focuses on digital storytelling [Worldwide]

The University of Birmingham, in partnership with the BBC Academy and Creative Skillset, is offering a four-week online course, starting Sept. 28.

The New York Times launches David Carr Fellowship [US]

Early-career journalists can apply for a new fellowship to spend two years at the newspaper.

She Entrepreneurs program open [MENA, Sweden]

Women entrepreneurs who are citizens of Algeria, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Palestine, Syria, Tunisia, Yemen and Sweden can apply for help to implement a social business initiative.

As news consumers and advertisers turn to smartphones, publishers struggle to keep up

With Internet giants like Facebook, Google and Apple taking up an increasing share of newsreaders' attention, how will independent publishers keep up?

James Breiner | September 23, 2015

Q&A with Chris Roper: Making the move to multiplatform journalism

The days when a news organization could thrive through dedication to a single medium are over. ICFJ Knight Fellow Chris Roper talks about the advantages of multiplatform journalism.

Will True | September 22, 2015

Texas Tribune seeks interns [US]

Aspiring journalists and programmers can apply for paid news apps, reporting and newsletter internships in Austin, Texas.

How journalists can use mapping platform MapJam

Journalists can use the interactive map-making service to bring their stories to life in a variety of ways, from breaking down complex news events to generating crowdsourced data.

Dena Levitz | September 21, 2015