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Investigation explores uncharted territory using cutting-edge technology

The team behind a transnational investigation shares the methods and tools they used to produce the final product, as well as lessons they learned during the process.

Fiona Macleod, Oxpeckers Investigative Environmental Journalism | April 19, 2018

To fight disinformation, focus on on-the-ground reporting

During a panel at the 2018 International Journalism Festival, media professionals encouraged less focus on fighting Russian disinformation and more focus on slow, high-quality reporting.

IJNet | April 18, 2018

By keeping investigative stories alive, Forbidden Stories offers protection from censorship

This organization is dedicated to keeping investigative stories alive, regardless of what happens to the journalists working on them, to overcome censorship and violence against journalists.

Taylor Mulcahey | April 17, 2018

Journalists create platform to investigate the crimes of social leaders and the fate of former FARC rebels

Journalists from two media groups came together to investigate, build databases and shed light on issues related to the difficult peace process in Colombia.

Fabiola Torres López | April 16, 2018

Journalists leave ProPublica to start newsroom dedicated to technnology's impact on society

Investigative journalists leave ProPublica to start a newsroom dedicated to the intersection of journalism and technology.

Laura Hazard Owen, Nieman Lab | April 13, 2018

Before you request a letter of recommendation, read these tips

Need a letter of recommendation for a job, fellowship or other opportunity? Here are tips to make the process hassle-free for you — and your recommender. 

Taylor Mulcahey | April 12, 2018

Journalism organizations spotlight series: SPJ, IRE and ONA

This is the first installment in our spotlight series on journalism organizations. This article features SPJ, IRE and ONA. 

Terrance Smith | April 11, 2018

How to introduce impact tracking to your newsroom

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.

Pedro Burgos | April 10, 2018

Freelancing abroad: Bogotá through the eyes of Laura Dixon

The second installment of our series "Freelancing abroad" explores Laura Dixon's move from London to Bogotá as a freelance journalist.

Clothilde Goujard | April 09, 2018

Failed media startup leaves behind lessons for community engagement

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. 

Ashley Renders, Nieman Lab | April 06, 2018

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