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Multimedia storytelling platform Shorthand launches out of beta

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

How the BBC used Yik Yak to get young people to talk politics and mental health

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'Don’t underestimate millennials. Just because humour and gossip pervade on chat apps doesn’t mean that’s the only thing young people want to engage on'

Diamond project to launch as media diversity monitoring initiative in the UK

Diamond is a collaboration between the Creative Diversity Network and major UK broadcasters, including BBC and Channel 4

CNN en Español created CNN en Marcha, a social media production studio on wheels

CNN en Marcha's two mobile studios will cover news and events on the West and East coasts in the United States for CNN's Spanish channels

Inside Agência Pública, the Brazilian investigative journalism agency led by women

Co-founder Natalia Viana shares insights into what it's like to work with a majority-female investigative team in Brazil

Today’s top tip for journalists

Tip: Check out this advice for better audio storytelling

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Make your podcasts more engaging with the following tips from Storybench


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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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