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On Indigenous People's Day, IJNet gives tips for covering Native American communities, including tips for sourcing, attribution and searching for complete narratives.
Fátima is a Twitter bot that searches for tweets that link to discredited stories online and automatically replies with a link to verified information.
Visualizing the California wildfires using data, drone imagery and more offers insight to better understand — and prevent — the problem.
A report from the Institute of Nonprofit News analyzes the finances, staff and audience of nonprofit news organizations — now a US$350 million industry.
A dedicated fact-checking departmetn is not the norm for most media organizations. Here are tips for journalists to fact-check their work as they go.
Alison Kentish, a journalist from the Caribbean, has carved out a niche for herself in environmental journalism and encourages others to cover the beat.
Leah Jing started Liminal to help Asian-Australians carve out their own space in the media.
You don't have to have any design skills to create professional looking infographics using these tools.
A coalition of female journalists launched #StopSexualHarassment237. The campaign targets the media industry in Cameroon with the goal of stamping out sexual harassment and intimidation.
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