Podcast articleWith $500,000 in funding, Full Fact is building two automated fact-checking tools for journalists

The automated fact-checking tools, called Live and Trends, will be available in 2018 to journalists and fact-checkers globally

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Taking a 'warmer approach': How Die Zeit is experimenting with its re-launched Instagram channel


Three months after overhauling its Instagram account, the news organisation is one of the few German publishers using the platform to engage with younger audiences

NRS: More than 70 per cent of the national audience of 6 UK papers is mobile-only

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The number of people who read UK titles on mobile but not on desktop or in print continues to grow

New podcast The Tip Off aims to take listeners behind the scenes of investigative journalism in the UK

The audio series aims to delve into the stories behind some of Britain's top scoops

Martin Baron: 'There is a business case in addition to the moral case for investigative journalism'

Speaking at GEN Summit, the executive editor of The Washington Post shared what powers the organisation's growth

Advice for young journalists from Martin Baron, executive editor, The Washington Post

'They need to educate themselves in all of the tools that we now have available to us, and at the same time they also need to be entrepreneurial'

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Tip: Bookmark these recommendations for telling captivating audio stories

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Check out these tips from Ira Glass, host of This American Life, who explains the importance of stepping outside your comfort zone

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Twenty Thirty launches pillar web site and token sale

Today cryptocurrency expert David Siegel announces the Pillar project, which will raise money through a Token Sale. It will create the next generation wallet that will securely hold people's assets and become a personal digital assistant

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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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