'Throw away great content' and other surprising lessons from Marrakech Story Camp

Here are tips for producing stories that create an impact while avoiding the potential pitfalls of a large, ambitious journalism project.

Tosin Sulaiman | September 15, 2014

Vice Media receives US$500 million investment for expansion

Vice Media rounds up US$500 million in investor funding, a news aggregation service takes hold in the Netherlands, and more are found in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the Center for International Media Assistance.

IJNet | September 05, 2014

For hard-hitting news in repressive environments, try the business pages

Around the world, journalists reporting in environments that are typically unfriendly to their work may still be able to publish investigative news stories through the business pages.

Jessica Weiss | September 01, 2014

How publishers are taking advantage of the new definition of online ad viewability

Some publishers are repositioning ads, removing ads and reducing load time of ads on their sites, while others are rethinking site design on a large scale.

Alexandra Northington | August 25, 2014

Media giant Gannett separates its print and broadcast divisions

Gannett's shake-up of its media holdings, BuzzFeed's new president, political satirist John Oliver's rant about native advertising and more are found in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the Center for International Media Assistance.

IJNet | August 07, 2014

Global Editors Network CEO: 'The newsroom will become a control room'

Bertrand Pecquerie, Global Editors Network CEO, shares the most important takeaways from the recent 2014 Global Editors Network Summit in Barcelona.

Sarah Toporoff | July 29, 2014

Futurist Robert Scoble on what's next for journalism

A noted tech blogger talks about how the future of journalism is inevitably connected to the future of technology.

Dana Coester | July 25, 2014

How The New York Times refocused its morning news meeting on digital reporting

The New York Times is moving away from its traditional meeting to discuss the front page of the print newspaper to an all-platform discussion.

Steve Buttry | June 19, 2014

How media could play a role in the Millennium Development Goals

Media and good-governance advocates are pushing to make access to independent media part of the new global framework for development.

Margaret Looney | May 12, 2014

Tips for covering tech in Africa

Alex Gakuru, Africa coordinator for Creative Commons, talks with IJNet about how to improve the paltry coverage of tech in the region.

Jessica Weiss | April 24, 2014