Does your story qualify for the contest? How can you make your application stand out? Program organizers will answer these and other questions in a live Slack chat on Tuesday, October 2 at 9 a.m. EST.
Are you looking for new funding, prizes or fellowships? Here are eight opportunities for journalists worldwide that have deadlines in the month of October.
The Nile River flows through 11 countries, and news coverage is largely fragmented. InfoNile is a new geojournalism project that uses data and mapping to better cover water-related issues in the region.
High-profile projects like the Paradise Papers show the impact newsrooms have when working together. These tools make collaborating easier than ever.
When the news of the U.S. family separation policy broke in May, four journalists began covering the story as part of an IWMF fellowship.
Newsletters are a direct channel to your audience. Rishad Patel, from The Splice Newsroom, gives tips on how to create your own.
You don't need any coding skills to use these tools for creating interactive, non-linear stories.
Check out the 10 best new tools for unearthing, accelerating and keeping track of investigations.
Social media blurs the lines between personal and professional content. How can journalists interact online, especially with current affairs, while maintaining their neutrality?
Steal our tools! Access these free tools and resources built by ICFJ Knight Fellows to improve newsrooms' multimedia storytelling, audience engagement and more
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