This is the third installment in our spotlight series on journalism organizations, featuring NAHJ, AAJA, NABJ and NAJA.
Take the next step in your career by applying to one of these worldwide opportunities with deadlines in June.
Winners of the 2018 Knight International Journalism Award, Maria Ressa and Joseph Poliszuk, were selected for their digitally-focused, investigative reporting.
A team supported by KAS Media Programme launched a new web-based manual for reporters and newsrooms interested in developing their mobile journalism capacities.
On June 5 at 10 a.m. EST, you'll have a chance to ask award-winning, global journalists all your freelancing questions. Don't miss this IJNet Live event!
Using a creative approach, today's post shares advice on how not to win a journalism grant, pointing out ways you can improve your applications.
Bosnia-Herzegovina takes a multi-pronged approach at fact-checking, many under the organization "Zasto Ne?" Today's post explores two main initiatives, Isinomjer and Raskrinkavanje.
Are you interested in podcasting? Whether you're a beginner or experienced, these Facebook groups and podcasts offer resources, community and advice.
Each week, African Network of Centers for Investigative Reporting (ANCIR) posts a digital security round-up — called BYOD. This week focuses on Mac bugs, Android security and DDoS attacks.
All journalists are guilty of unconscious biases, which are replicated in their work. Here are four questions to ask yourself to dismantle these biases and stereotypes, and ensure more gender-sensitive reporting.
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