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Civil is creating a new marketplace for independent media

Understanding Civil — a new network of news organizations — might be overwhelming for people who don't understand the blockchain concept on which it's built. This conversation-style explainer can help.

Vivian Schiller, Civil | August 03, 2018

How La Nación produced an award-winning data journalism story

This Argentine team is constantly innovating new ways to tell stories and engage their audience.

Mathias Felipe | August 02, 2018
The RunRunes team at the IPYS Awards

Collaborative journalism is shaping Venezuela’s media scene

The best investigative reporting in Venezuela confirms the power of collaboration and cross-border reporting.

 

Priscila Hernández | August 01, 2018

Interview with Alisa Sopova: Lessons from the state of Ukrainian media

Alisa Sopova is a journalist from Donetsk, Ukraine. She spoke to IJNet about the challenges in Ukrainian media, and what journalists and non-journalists can learn from the country. 

Sam Berkhead | July 31, 2018

Resources for covering migration and refugees

IJNet pulled together a list of resources that provide best practices, guidelines and expert advice on covering migration.

Sherry Ricchiardi | July 30, 2018

Journalist of the month: Victoria Milko

In a country that has been a fixture in international news coverage, reporter and photojournalist Victoria Milko is one of the few Americans working in Myanmar full time.

Taylor Mulcahey | July 27, 2018

8 worldwide journalism opportunities to apply to in August

Spend some time this month applying to one of these worldwide opportunities to advance your career.

IJNet | July 26, 2018

IJNet Live: How to build sustainable journalism models worldwide

What can your newsroom do to fill the gaps and find a business model that works in the long-term? Join us on Wednesday, August 8 as we discuss with media entrepreneurship leaders from Latin America, MENA and Asia.

IJNet | July 25, 2018

Amidst unrest, Nicaraguan journalists use digital innovation to share information

Nicaragua has been involved in a political and humanitarian crisis. Journalists, developers and others have been using digital innovation to share information and updates about the protests.

Ana Siu | July 24, 2018

ICFJ learning module takes readers through the history of ‘fake news’ and disinformation

The 21st century has seen information weaponized on an unprecedented scale. A new resource published by the International Center for Journalists plots the current crisis on an international timeline.

Julie Posetti and Alice Matthews | July 23, 2018

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