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Tool for journalists: Atlas from Quartz, for building charts

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Browse charts and data from Quartz and create your own visualisations with this free platform

How The Liverpool Echo reinvented itself to extend the life of its print edition

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Almost a year ago, the Trinity Mirror owned local title started challenging itself on how it was serving its audience

Can publishers ‘good-ad’ their way out of the ad-blocking phenomenon?

‘Ad-blocking is one of the challenges we face, but it's not a catastrophe, it's a good warning shot for our business’

Advice from Politico Europe for using audience data to build new products

Kate Day, editorial director for growth at Politico Europe, says newsrooms conversations about data and metrics tend to be backwards

Multimedia storytelling platform Shorthand launches out of beta

Shorthand launched in beta in 2013 and has been used by news organisations such as BBC, The Guardian and The Telegraph

Today’s top tip for journalists

Tip: Bookmark this guide to finding a local angle on national stories

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Can you find the local connection when national or international news breaks?


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Wow what a bold title and statement! ‘Sell your House Online with iMoveEstates, the UK’s top Online Estate Agents’. What does it actually mean and is there some truth to the statement?

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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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