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Podcast articleA new ecosystem: Using blockchain to build a journalism marketplace

In this podcast, we learn more about Civil, a decentralised journalism marketplace built on blockchain

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New talk and demo at newsrewired: A news game in virtual reality

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What does a news game look like in VR? Find out at newsrewired from Bianca Wright of Coventry University

The Humanitarian News Research Network aims to help journalists and communications teams improve their work

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There have been many discussions about the right or wrong way to cover issues such as the refugee crisis, but what does the research say?

Podcast article'Be prepared to make enemies': Inside the rigorous world of science journalism

Deborah Cohen, investigative editor, British Medical Journal, explains the triumphs and challenges of her job as a health reporter

With its latest series The Upside, the Guardian will focus on solutions journalism in five key areas

The project will feature the people and innovations tackling climate, healthcare, gender, science and technology, and community leadership

One day, 5 cities, 160 people: Inside the Bureau Local's investigation into local budgets

'I think the important part for us to bring to this community gathering is that journalism isn't about the what, it's about the why'

Today’s top tip for journalists

Tip: Recommendations for working with inconsistent data

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Parts of your data might be inconsistent, missing or have a problematic structure – here's how to deal with it

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Staff writer

Experienced staff writer required to write news and features within a small, young and dynamic editorial team in the HR, Recruitment and Business sectors.

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AI breakthrough: Tenderlake Genius, an intelligent agent, that reads your website and marketing materials, then find customers with open opportunities to supply your products and services

In what is believed to be a world-first, Tenderlake, a London, UK-based start-up announced today the release of Tenderlake Genius, an intelligent agent that automatically learns about an organisation’s products and services by reading and analysing the organisation’s website and/or marketing materials, and then creates a steady stream of open opportunities to supply said products and services

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Get with the program: The benefits of coding skills in the newsroom

Learning HTML, CSS and JavaScript may not be glamorous, but programming knowledge can help you engage audiences in different ways

How Note to Self crowdsourced stories about information overload from 30,000 people

The team behind the weekly podcast convinced listeners to sign up for Infomagical and fight information overload both individually and as a community

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