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This is the first installment in our spotlight series on journalism organizations. This article features SPJ, IRE and ONA.
Readers want to pay for news that has an impact, but how do you track and share this information? ICFJ Knight Fellow Pedro Burgos shares advice alongside the launch of a new impact-tracking tool.
The second installment of our series "Freelancing abroad" explores Laura Dixon's move from London to Bogotá as a freelance journalist.
News organizations that seek to involve local communities can learn from the triumphs and failures of Canadian media startup OpenFile, which closed its doors in 2012.
In a partnership with NPR member station KUNR in Nevada, student organization Noticiero Móvil reports in Spanish to reach overlooked communities.
Japan is ranked 72 in the world for press freedom and produces very few investigations. The Waseda Chronicle's success raises new hopes for investigative journalism in the country.
Recent investigations have highlighted the power of cross-border collaboration to expose corruption and break high-profile stories. Here are some ways collaboration can also reduce journalists' risk.
With a small team of only three people, Croatia's Faktograf has been able to gain their readers' trust and support.
During a program from ICFJ and the United Nations Foundation, 20 journalism students from the Washington, D.C. area gathered for three days to improve their ability to report on development issues.
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