Journalists regularly cover natural disasters and tragedies. Is there ever an appropriate time to step in and help? And if so, when?
Shaheryar Popalzai, an ICFJ Knight Fellow, has launched a guide to 360° video, allowing journalists without tech backgrounds to utilize the immersive medium.
Despite a safe media environment and rampant corruption, Jamaica lacks a robust press to adequately cover the news. A new pilot program is trying to change this.
Health e-News worked with GroundSource to develop a free, anonymous texting platform where rape survivors can get access to support — and share their stories with journalists.
Virtual reality in journalism is growing in popularity as an immersive new tool. But it's important to remember that while VR can enhance a story, a narrative is still critical to successfully tell a story in VR.
Brazilian journalist Thiago Medaglia's venture combines long-form journalism and scientific content to make environmental stories accessible.
Good public health journalism offers benefits to both society and news outlets, but is often a neglected beat. Can a community of health reporters help improve reporting on this crucial topic?
How can journalists cover mass shootings without encouraging future shooters?
“We don’t know where this could take us. The goal is to find what potential there is as far as reaching our readers and possibly getting some stories out of it.”
In the wake of two major hurricanes in the U.S., hundreds of journalists are on the ground seeking interviews with the victims. How can they approach these victims sensitively and humanely?
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