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'Reality is the new quality' for reporting with mobile journalism

Mobile reporter Yusuf Omar on why wearable technology is the best tool for citizen journalists to produce raw stories that audiences can truly relate to

Posted by Katie Orchard and Daniel Green on 10/12/19

Five tips for shooting an on-the-road documentary with your mobile phone

Award-winning cinematographer Cassius Rayner offers his lessons in filming in temperatures of up to 40°C and from the back of a moving vehicle

Posted by Jacob Granger on 09/12/19

Using mobile journalism for small publishers and local news organisations

Can your smartphone be the ideal piece of kit for reporting breaking news and shooting vox pops in the street? Yes — so long as you bring a charger bank and a gimbal

Posted by Jacob Granger on 22/11/19

What Android device do you need for your mobile reporting?

Samsung, LG, Huawei or Xiaomi? Mobile journalists and trainers offer insight into which devices they are using for smartphone reporting and teaching

Posted by Jacob Granger on 18/11/19

Six ways to overcome the challenges of mobile journalism

Starting out with smartphone reporting but worry about the drawbacks? Check out our practical solutions guide to problems with sound, lighting and shaky hands

Posted by Daniel Green on 23/10/19

What iPhone do you need for your mobile reporting?

Do you really need the latest 11 Pro Max? Here is a rundown of the Apple devices that mobile journalism trainers, reporters and lecturers are using

Posted by Jacob Granger on 21/10/19

Mobile journalism legend Yusuf Omar is joining Newsrewired

Join us on 27 November in London to learn how 5G internet, augmented reality and artificial intelligence will impact our lives and take media to a new world

Posted by Marcela Kunova on 10/10/19

How to use Instagram for live conference coverage

Video interviews, quote cards and behind-the-scenes shots are a great way to engage your audience and spread the knowledge beyond the physical boundaries of the venue

Posted by Marcela Kunova on 09/10/19

App for journalists: InShot, for creating distinctive social media posts

Bring your mojo content to life on social media with filters, stickers and text options

Posted by Daniel Green on 03/10/19

Tip: 12 ways to improve your iPhone photography

Bookmark these tips to help you up your mojo game and get that perfect shot every time

Posted by Marcela Kunova on 30/09/19

World News Day: Misinformation, mobile journalism and mental health

To mark the day which celebrates the impact of news organisations everywhere, Journalism.co.uk rounds up ten of the most important industry trends

Posted by Daniel Green on 27/09/19

#GIForecast and selfie-style updates: reporting weather with mobile journalism

To help social audiences prepare for rain or shine, one BBC weatherman experiments with short-form clips on Twitter and Instagram

Posted by Jacob Granger on 13/09/19

Live-streaming app Happs is set to innovate breaking news

The app enables citizen journalists and news curators to source and produce real-time content for Twitter and Periscope

Posted by Daniel Green on 11/09/19

Weekly journalism news update: Memes, mobile journalism and millennials

Pushed for time? Catch up with the weekly media news coverage from Journalism.co.uk

Posted by Daniel Green on 06/09/19

Four non-mojo apps essential for mobile journalism

On-screen teleprompter, spirit level and cloud storage space can help take your smartphone video to the next level

Posted by Daniel Green on 04/09/19

Can TikTok save journalism? The Washington Post is set to find out

With its funny videos and memes, the US news site amassed 78k followers in three months, even inspiring teens to want to become journalists

Posted by Daniel Green on 21/08/19

Five surprising journalism disciplines all students should know about

There is a lot more to journalism now than newspapers - discover mobile journalism, artificial intelligence, or news on Instagram to help you succeed in your studies

Posted by Jacob Granger on 14/08/19

Weekly journalism news update: Facebook Community News Project, disabled journalists and tech reporting

Pushed for time? Catch up with the weekly media news coverage from Journalism.co.uk

Posted by Jacob Granger on 09/08/19

Mobile journalism tips: how to capture social audiences with mobile-first content

Four mobile journalists offer their techniques for shooting, recording and uploading stand-out, shareable content with a smartphone

Posted by Daniel Green on 08/08/19

Weekly journalism news update: Google vs. news industry, innovative crowdfunding, and how to improve work experience

Pushed for time? Catch up with the weekly media news coverage from Journalism.co.uk

Posted by Jacob Granger on 02/08/19

Thomson Foundation supports mobile journalists in the Middle East and Africa

Four reporters from Jordan, Morocco, Libya and Nigeria worked together to create compelling human-interest stories using their smartphone

Posted by Daniel Green on 30/07/19

A day in the life of a mojo-only TV newsroom

Why the Indian broadcaster NDTV sends its reporters out in the field with selfie sticks, mobile phones and a handful of other gadgets to cover breaking news events

Posted by Jacob Granger on 29/07/19

Weekly journalism news update: LinkedIn, female representation and digital security

Pushed for time? Catch up with the weekly media news coverage from Journalism.co.uk

Posted by Jacob Granger on 26/07/19

Mobile journalism workflow: how to make quality content go further

Field reporters no longer need six bags and a laptop, they can get footage for TV, radio and online in one fell swoop with a few tools and apps

Posted by Jacob Granger on 22/07/19

Weekly journalism news update: transcription app, journalism students and storytelling

Pushed for time? Catch up with the weekly media news coverage from Journalism.co.uk

Posted by Daniel Green on 19/07/19

BBC News uses mobile journalism to attract social audiences

The broadcaster used hand held mobile footage in the final interview with the outgoing UK Prime Minister Theresa May to make the most of the human interest angle of this story

Posted by Jacob Granger on 17/07/19

App for journalists: Voice Record Pro, for transcribing audio interviews

Instead of writing up the quotes from your last interview, this free app allows you to record audio and instantly turn it into text from your smartphone

Posted by Jacob Granger on 16/07/19

Podcasts, student support, and health reporting: here is your weekly journalism news update

Pushed for time? Catch up with the weekly media news coverage from Journalism.co.uk

Posted by Jacob Granger on 05/07/19

‘We need to use smartphones smartly’: key takeaways from Asia's first mobile journalism conference

The combination of a high-tech landscape and low press freedom is a breeding ground for mobile journalism - but quality needs to come first

Posted by Jacob Granger on 01/07/19

Trust in news, membership models and Gen Z: here is your weekly journalism update

Pushed for time? Catch up with the weekly media news coverage from Journalism.co.uk

Posted by Jacob Granger on 21/06/19

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