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New initiative Lookout360° is offering training and mentorship to help journalists produce immersive stories on climate change


The project from the European Forest Institute and GEN will help 10 journalists over the next six months

The Guardian Mobile Innovation Lab is experimenting with a personalised offline news reading experience for commuters

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'We are interested in the combination of using topic-based recommendations paired with transparency around those recommendations'

The Paradise and Panama Papers: A look into how Süddeutsche Zeitung kept the leaks a secret

Wolfgang Krach, editor in chief of the German newspaper, gives an overview of the secrecy involved in the two investigations

Return on attention: Neva Labs aims to burst filter bubbles through personalisation

'You can call it "Netflix for news", I prefer to call it the trust economy'

Press Association is using artificial intelligence to help local news organisations produce more data-driven stories

The service will enable local news outlets to publish more stories on issues that affect their readers directly, on subjects such as local crime, education and health

Today’s top tip for journalists

Tip: Take note of this advice for investigating large data leaks

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The success of the Paradise Papers highlights the importance of collaborative work and the value of computer technology

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Juliettes Interiors, the first high-end UK retailer to accept Bitcoin

This week, luxury furniture retailer and Interior design service provider Juliettes Interiors has joined the likes of Expedia, Dell, Microsoft and Save the Children in offering Bitcoin as an alternative to traditional payment methods

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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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