Each year, U.S. minority journalists get the chance to report from abroad with ICFJ's Bringing Home the World fellowship. Here's how to make your application stand out.
Adobe Slate allows journalists to create immersive stories online, Facebook reportedly debuting a news app soon and more in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by CIMA.
With an ever-growing selection of podcasts available on the web, finding the best ones to listen to can be a challenge. That's where NPR's new earbud.fm comes in.
At a recent journalism conference hosted by The GW Hatchet, three journalists who work in the social and digital space tackled some major topics and challenges that today’s reporters face.
During a recent NPR editorial training webinar, engagement editor Kelsey Proud outlined seven questions all journalists should ask themselves to involve their target audience.
With hundreds of thousands of migrants and refugees flooding into Europe this summer, several journalists have traveled to the epicenter of the crisis to provide 360-degree coverage.
Wright Bryan, who helps manage social media for NPR, shares tips for reporters experimenting with staying in touch with their audience.
At NPR, WBEZ and WNYC's first podcast upfront, producers, hosts and ethusiasts offer insight into what makes podcasts successful.
Saying what you want to say in 140 characters is tough — but there's a way around the limiting character count by adding an image with words to your tweets.
Journalists can learn how to report on the solutions to a social issue, rather than reporting solely on the problem.
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