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Tips to move from advertisements to paid subscriptions

Readers supply more than half of Talking Points Memo's revenue. Founder Josh Marshall shares tips and observations for other digital entrepreneurs. 

James Breiner | July 19, 2018

Nigeria’s Abubakar Ibrahim shares lessons for humanizing conflict stories

Abubakar Ibrahim received the 2018 Michael Elliott Award for Excellence in African Storytelling for his story about the large population of internally displaced persons in Nigeria, Cameroon and Niger.

Taylor Mulcahey | July 18, 2018
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Freelancing abroad: Paris through the eyes of a refugee reporter

When her husband was threatened for speaking out agianst the Pakistani military, photojournalist Sara Farid and her family had to flee to Paris, which has been a difficult adjustment.

Clothilde Goujard | July 17, 2018

For journalists interested in cross-border collaborations, Hostwriter offers opportunities and resources

Berlin-based startup Hostwriter focuses on cross-border collaboration between journalists by offering them places to stay, tools for collaborating, money for projects and more. 

Natalia Smolentceva | July 16, 2018

Women-centered news platform The Lily focuses on design to grow their audience

The Washington Post's The Lily was the first newspaper by and for women. They re-launched one year ago with a focus on content and intentional design. 

Christine Schmidt, Nieman Lab | July 13, 2018

Visual storytelling lessons from Humans of New York

Filmmaker Michael Crommett worked alongside Humans of New York creator Brandon Stanton to create a web series based off the popular photoblog. He shares the project's process and tips for other filmmakers.

Corinne Podger | July 12, 2018

Fact-checking around the world: Inside Colombiacheck

In 2016, Consejo de Redacción, a journalist association in Colombia, launched Colombiacheck, a fact-checking organization devoted to verifying public discourse.

Ana Luisa González | July 11, 2018

Transnational journalism networks investigate Brazil’s largest corruption scandal

Collaborative journalism was the focus of the panel "From Brazil to the world: Lava Jato's transnational coverage," which was part of the Abraji's 13th International Investigative Journalism Congress in São Paulo.

Kalinka Iaquinto | July 10, 2018

5 reporting highlights from the 2018 World Cup

Another World Cup season is coming to an end, but not without inspiring some great stories around the event.

Francesca Visser | July 09, 2018

Weekly digital security round-up: surveillance on journalists and social media taxes

Each week, African Network of Centers for Investigative Reporting (ANCIR) posts a digital security round-up — called BYOD. 

ANCIR | July 06, 2018

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