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Two years in, the Boston Institute for Nonprofit Journalism is helping other community outlets develop membership programmes
The non-profit organisation also collaborates with community outlets to produce a TV show and radio programme
The Guardian's latest virtual reality experience shows viewers what life in the UK is like for asylum seekers
The experience compliments the publisher's long-term project 'New Arrivals', which follows the lives of refugees as they settle in Europe
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BBC World Service is adding 12 new languages teams and undertaking a digital refresh
KYC360, a leading global knowledge platform for financial crime compliance professionals, has an exciting opening for an experienced journalist to join our growing team as site editor
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From rags to niches: The Bauer way to avoid death by print
Tim Pollard explains how Bauer Media invested in its digital motoring brands to create vibrant new businesses
The magazine market isn’t dead, it’s different
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How publishers can learn more from their newsroom experiments
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