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How NRK Supernytt aims to 'reduce fear' with children's news in Norway

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The team publishes stories for TV, web, Snapchat and Instagram to explain the world to children aged 8-12

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What are the challenges and opportunities of philanthropic journalism funding in the UK?

A new report commissioned by the European Journalism Centre provides an overview of funders, grantees and examples of philanthropic funding in the UK

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From radio journalism to digital-first: Q&A with Nick Garnett, BBC Radio 5 Live

Nick Garnett of BBC Radio 5 Live is now a digital-first journalist after many years in radio storytelling. What does this change mean in practice?

Is Android the future of mobile journalism?

Elizabeth Mearns, BBC, explains how professionals outside Europe and the US are choosing to use Android devices. Is it time we got out of our iOS bubble?

Posted by Caroline Scott on 11/05/17

Advice from 18 news organisations to help you tailor your story pitches

Want to pitch a story or a project to a particular news outlet and not sure where to start? Check out these resources that explain what editors are looking for

Posted by Mădălina Ciobanu on 11/05/17

Die Zeit is using its Campus platform for students to get to know young readers better

Launched one year ago, Zeit Campus helps students figure out which university and course they want to attend, and also features stories on other issues of interest

Posted by Mădălina Ciobanu on 10/05/17

Podcast articleMobile journalism at CBC: Enthusiasm is contagious

A phone's battery can die after three minutes of filming in the cold, so how do CBC's mobile journalists cover stories in Northern Canada?

Posted by Catalina Albeanu on 10/05/17

Inside the FT's approach to online comments and audience participation

Lilah Raptopoulos, community manager at the FT, explains how the newsroom approaches editorial projects and stories in a way that involves readers from the beginning

Posted by Mădălina Ciobanu on 09/05/17

The importance of undertaking risk assessments: 'No story is worth dying for'

Advancements in mobile journalism mean reporters are working alone now more than ever, so how should they protect themselves out in the field?

Posted by Caroline Scott on 08/05/17

How much is a Facebook partnership worth?

Correlations betweens sharing patterns on Facebook and referral traffic mean publishers can work out the real value of all the effort they put into doing things with (and for) the company

Posted by Matt McAlister on 08/05/17

Why using Snapchat can make you a better storyteller

The Stories format can now be found on other social networks – what can Snapchat still offer storytellers?

Posted by Catalina Albeanu on 05/05/17

Through cross-border collaborations, Outriders is trying to reinvent the role of foreign correspondents

Eight reporters are currently collecting materials for a project called #DeepBreath, to show how air pollution affects people globally

Posted by Mădălina Ciobanu on 05/05/17

Storytellers who don't tell stories? SVT's mobile journalism journey

Journalists were missing out on stories waiting for the camera crews to arrive. Here's how the newsroom transformed its workflow

Posted by Catalina Albeanu on 05/05/17

New tool INJECT aims to help journalists find inspiration for stories and be more productive

Launching today, INJECT allows reporters to uncover new angles, key figures and sources for their stories by searching through their organisation's archive or across the internet

Posted by Mădălina Ciobanu on 04/05/17

Journalism is 'going through a wildfire', but what will survive?

'Journalism is not dead, it is going through a life cycle change' – successful organisations are emerging in the current ecosystem, but what mistakes should established media avoid?

Posted by Catalina Albeanu on 04/05/17

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