A new website allows journalists to compare and contrast organizations worldwide that aim to protect media workers from threats.
Kenya's biggest news organizations are developing apps to allow citizens to contribute footage and generate stories of their own.
How journalists can use Populace, an app that reads social media data to display crowd density, to find breaking stories as they happen.
What is a fixer — and why are they such a necessity for journalists today? Here's a look at the ins and outs of this essential, yet oft-overlooked job.
How journalists and news organizations working in high-risk environments can seek out the Lifeline Embattled CSO Fund for a variety of services.
How freelancers, fixers and reporters everywhere can use Insurance for Journalists, an inexpensive insurance policy designed with journalists in mind.
What role are citizens playing in the growing mobile journalism movement? Around the world, they're using their phones to bolster newsgathering and bring about a new angle to storytelling.
Independent media finds new means of survival in Syria, staff shakeups at VICE News and more in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the Center for International Media Assistance.
As tens of thousands of journalists prepare to travel to Rio de Janeiro for the 2016 Olympic Games, RioOnWatch has released the Olympics Resources for Journalists to promote balanced, accurate coverage of the city.
Social newsgathering has its own complex set of potential ethical pitfalls, from verification to giving credit to the content creator. Here’s how ONA’s new ethics code can help.
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