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Be flexible and don't sensationalise: Advice for reporting on violence against women


In this week's podcast, we take a look at the challenges of covering violence against women and how journalists should approach interviews with survivors

USC Annenberg students find new purpose for virtual reality in journalism


Hell and High Water VR was produced based on research from ProPublica and The Texas Tribune to raise awareness of Houston’s vulnerability to coastal storms

Using Facebook reactions, Aftenposten's editor-in-chief assesses the network's editorial role

What's there to like about Facebook, and what makes Espen Egil Hansen determined to work with the social network after his open letter to Mark Zuckerberg in September?

In Europe, digital-born news outlets are more prominent in countries where legacy media is weaker, report finds

Latest RISJ research highlights that newer publishers seem to be thriving in countries such as Spain and France, rather than the UK and Germany

'You're holding a device that looks like a gun' – The dangers of mobile journalism in war zones

Reporters often extol the benefits of mojo techniques and equipment, but Nick Garnett of BBC 5Live explains where this workflow can prove challenging and potentially dangerous

Today’s top tip for journalists

Tip: Remember this copyright advice for social media newsgathering

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Bear in mind that the social platform where eyewitness media gets posted doesn't own the copyright

Jobs board

Editor – Travel & Leisure Division

A rare opportunity has arisen to join a small, niche media company in Milton Keynes as editor of its travel and leisure publishing portfolio

PR of the week

British Muslims spread message of peace with nationwide bus campaign

On Monday 5th December 2016 and part of a number of global events arranged by Muslims in the UK, a four week nationwide sponsored bus campaign will begin in the UK

Freelancers for hire


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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