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Podcast articleWhy journalists should learn how to code


Coding skills can help you tell better, more engaging stories in the ever-changing world of digital journalism

'Pause, pace, pattern, register': The power of words in radio storytelling

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David Lloyd, radio broadcaster, explains why storytelling is still the most important facet of audio content creation

The Coral Project launches open-source 'Ask' form builder

The Coral Project's Greg Barber announced new software to help newsrooms and community managers crowdsource stories and opinions

Video articleThe BBC News app is rolling out vertical video in its latest revamp

'Ten to Watch' will feature ten up-to-date stories of the day, as the broadcaster retools its online video for smartphone consumption

Journalism jobs of the near future, according to Amy Webb

Speaking at the ONA conference in Denver, futurist Amy Webb explained the role artificial intelligence may have in the newsrooms of 2016 and beyond

Today’s top tip for journalists

Tip: Bookmark this resource for getting started as a reporter in a new country

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Check out this advice for first-time international correspondents

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MailOnline Editors’ Programme

We are looking for a select group of talented and ambitious journalists to train and work with the best digital editors and executives in the industry at the MailOnline Editors’ Programme

PR of the week

New Rejuva Nutrition Energy Bars launched

Vivienne Talsmat is a health and beauty expert and founder of Rejuva formulations. Vivienne’s mission is to contribute to a happier and healthier planet through optimum nutrition. Vivienne is now launching a variety of Rejuva Nutrition Energy Bars

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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

Hindustan Times uses Snapchat filters to enable sexual assault survivors to speak freely on camera

'I thought there must be a more accessible way to disguise someone’s face using new technology, and Snapchat was just that'

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