Podcast articleReporting on race and religion: wise up and get out of your comfort zone

What are the potential pitfalls for journalists reporting in ethnically diverse communities? Here are the common mistakes and best approaches to right those wrongs

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Social media in the Middle East: five trends journalists need to know about


What is the most popular channel in Saudi Arabia and how many young people still use Facebook? Here are some key facts about one of the most youthful regions on the planet

Navigating the blurred lines between commercial and editorial teams


Editors face a continuing struggle in balancing commercial relationships with editorial independence, here is how to get the best of both worlds

Podcast articleSouth American journalists use social media to publish uncensored versions of their investigative stories

In countries where authorities are clamping down on independent journalism, newsrooms find new strategies to report the truth for their audiences

Asian news organisations bring the fight back to online threats and trolls

News websites Rappler in the Philippines and the Quint in India have found new ways to combat disinformation and defend free speech

Student publication faced with defunding after publishing investigative story on initiation rites

Irish student newspaper, the University Times, could lose over 75 per cent of their funding in a referendum on its future, after being discovered to secretly record student initiation

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Tip: How to build a successful AI project


What makes an innovative project work? Here are three tried-and-tested insights

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New analysis of university procurement reveals the investments that drives league table rankings

Through the analysis of thousands of public contract awards from UK universities, Tenderlake sheds light on what type of investments impact universities’ rankings in coveted league tables.

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What happens when bots become editors?

Newsrooms across Northern Europe are building a loyal subscriber base thanks to automated content on sports, property and breaking news

Local Democracy Reporters supply 850 regional titles with public interest stories

A year after the launch, three strands of the BBC's Local News Partnership give regional newsrooms a lifeline in hard times

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