A new cooperative, spearheaded by the founder of Politifact, is mobilizing to take on fake news at a large scale.
Tools can help journalists move beyond just website metrics and get a bigger picture about how people engage, react and converse about stories.
Traumatic events can be challenging to cover. The following techniques can help journalists build their own resiliency and learn how to report sensibly on trauma-related issues.
A study from Google News Lab and PolicyViz provides insight into the state of data journalism and explores challenges practitioners face in this field.
Fact-checking and quality independent journalism remain vital in combatting the ever-evolving problem of "fake news" in Ukraine.
A new research paper examining data journalism projects nominated for awards over the past four years has found the "data revolution" still isn't as large and widespread as previously thought.
Hannah Ojo uses an arsenal of digital tools and data to bring "power to the pen" in Nigeria.
The travel blog Atlas Obscura has built its brand around helping people discover the world. Now it's helping people discover the world through virtual reality.
Looking to expand your journalism toolkit, take on a new beat or receive recognition for your work? Check out these courses, fellowships and competitions with deadlines in November.
Journalists are often tasked with covering dangerous and chaotic situations. Two Nepalese journalists, with experience covering protests and natural disasters, offer advice on how to stay safe.
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