In our new series, "Fact-Checking Around the World," IJNet will explore the work of organizations that are working to fight misinformation worldwide. The first installment spotlights Chequeado in Argentina.
Virtual reality promises to transform the way journalism is done. But is it accessible and profitable in Latin America?
Inspired by her own history with harassment, journalist and professor Michelle Ferrier founded the website Trollbusters, which is dedicated to fighting online harassment against women journalists.
Data Journalism Awards' program manager gives advice on how you or your project can succeed in this year's Data Journalism Awards.
A survey in Spain gives information on available jobs and potential career paths for graduates in journalism and communication.
Three entrepreneurial journalists tell their stories of resilience and how they continued their outlet's operations despite the hurricane.
Founder of the Latin American data journalism portal, Datasketch, gives tips and tools for understanding the basics of data journalism.
Nation Media Group, which publishes Kenya's largest paper The Daily Nation, adds a science desk, which is transforming science journalism in the region.
The Olympic games offer news organizations the opportunity to test out new technology and storytelling techniques. Here are some digital media features to watch for during the games.
Proposed reforms of Australia’s national security laws aimed at clamping down on government leaks have raised fears for press freedom in one of the Asia-Pacific’s most open democracies.
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