IJNet compiled a short list of available resources to help journalists and newsrooms easily access more diverse and inclusive sources, images and language.
The use of social media continues to evolve in the Middle East and North Africa, so what does it look like today? And what can we expect to see in the future?
Money can be an uncomfortable topic to talk about with fellow journalists, but necessary to keep doing what they enjoy. Here are seven tips to survive on the budget of a freelancer.
The recent transformations in Colombia have also had an impact on journalism. Three emerging projects challenge traditional war reporting and reach their audiences through creative digital tools.
Born out of a listening tour around universities in the U.K., Compass News curates top stories for a young audience of non-news junkies. Their next challenge will be expanding to new markets, including the U.S.
Digital journalism jobs are unstable — but ICFJ Knight Fellow H R Venkatash gives advice on how to become "so good they can’t ignore you."
Iranian journalist Kourosh Ziabari published his first piece at age eight, and has since been featured in publications all over the world. He shared his experiences and advice with IJNet.
Experts in social media give advice on how to continue to grow and reach audiences following Facebook's News Feed changes.
This digital-first, Brazilian newsroom uses an impact-tracking tool designed by ICFJ Knight Fellow Pedro Burgos to gain a more accurate and meaningful measure of impact beyond the number of clicks.
How can chatbots be used to tell the news? Organizations have tried various methods to answer this question, and BBC is no different. Read how they're using chatbots to explain complex news stories.
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