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The spectre of streaming: 7 issues to consider before going live from your phone

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Sometimes choosing not to go live can be the best option

How mobile journalism is rising in popularity with journalists around the world

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Speaking at MoJoCon in Ireland today, pioneers of mobile journalism discussed their experiences innovating in this field, and gave advice to those looking to get started

5 key research findings on distributed content strategies from INMA

The report from the International News Media Association highlights the necessity for publishers to become 'cooperative competitors'

The Guardian's first VR project lets viewers experience solitary confinement

The virtual reality piece called 6x9 launched today through a prototype VR app for iOS and Android

Telling the stories of Tanzania’s child brides through a digital graphic novel

Photojournalist Marc Ellison explains the making of Safe House, a 'graphic novel 2.0' that mixes illustrations, video and stills

Today’s top tip for journalists

Tip: Check out these verification tools for social media newsgathering

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Here is a process you can follow when verifying news from social


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PR of the week

The News Impact Summit on Panama Papers, Trolls and Bots to be held on 12 May in London

The European Journalism Centre, the Google News Lab and Polis, the journalism think-tank at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) are organising the free-of-charge News Impact Summit London (#NISLON) on Thursday 12 May 2016 at the Sheikh Zayed Theatre in the New Academic Building of London School of Economics and Political Science

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Features

How The Economist used virtual reality to tell stories through digital reconstruction

The publisher is using virtual reality to bring back to life the historical collection of the Mosul Museum, destroyed by the so-called Islamic State

Study highlights the diversity problem in British journalism

Latest survey findings reveal the industry is 94 per cent white, with women underpaid and under-represented

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