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Earn while you learn: VICE pays US journalism students for pitching mental health stories


The Vice Fellowship For Collegiate Reporting aims to boost mental health coverage by mentoring US college journalists on sensitive issue reporting

Mobile journalism news series 'Phoning It In' proves the art of storytelling does not require a $40,000 camera

phoning it in

Journalist Mike Castellucci explains how he is able to capture the human spirit in his award-winning show with just a smartphone, tripod and mic

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"Anyone, anywhere around the world will have the framework to create professional quality citizen journalism"

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The Cube shows viewers how it debunks misinformation while it is spreading online

The social media newsdesk at Euronews aims to respond to falsehoods faster than TV studios to help rebuild trust in the media

Today’s top tip for journalists

Tip: Seven tools to pinpoint plagiarism


Bookmark these free tools that can help you spot plagiarised content and keep you out of trouble

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Managing editor

Cognitive Publishing seeks a managing editor to join the business and become an integral member of the senior team in Manchester

PR of the week

Extensive study reveals the truth behind UK wedding costs

An extensive study of 18,000 brides by wedding information provider Guides for Brides has shown that the majority of couples in the UK are spending around £12,000 on their wedding - £20,000 less than the £32,000 widely reported in the past.

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How Bloomberg Media's innovation hub designs news services focused on audience needs

BHIVE goes beyond website analytics, using qualitative data to discover their readers' attitudes towards the news

How BBC World Service engages younger audiences by fulfilling six reader needs

Dmitry Shishkin, digital development editor, BBC World Service, explains why covering breaking news is not enough for today's audiences

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