'We are just like the audience': AJ+ is reinventing its newsroom to reach the younger generation


Native content, Tinder and satire are just some of the concepts Al Jazeera is embracing on its online news channel to engage with millennials


Facebook plans to help news publishers generate revenue

The social media platform will help media organisations monetise content, including a dedicated space for news and a Facebook-powered subscription tool


Report: how can publishers benefit from the podcast boom?

Connecting with younger audiences and enhancing the value of digital subscription are amongst the top perks of podcasting, the 2019 Digital News Report by RISJ has found

Six must-have apps for mobile journalists

Looking to add some apps to your arsenal to optimise your workflow? Here are some best picks for editing software and social media storytelling

Posted by Daniel Green on 11/06/19

How to repurpose visual content for multiple social platforms

Shooting a social video? Learn what format works best on different platforms and how to turn your footage into horizontal, vertical or square

Posted by Daniel Green on 10/06/19

Tool for journalists: Representation Matters, for royalty-free images that promote diversity

When picking a picture for your next piece, this stock image site is a go-to place for better representing ethnicity, sexuality, disability and body positivity

Posted by Jacob Granger on 10/06/19

Podcast articleMeet The Sista Collective - podcast made by and for Black British women

BBC 5 Live journalist, Jessie Aru Phillips, talks to us about The Sista Collective podcast she created for women of colour and why giving voice to under-represented women is important

Posted by Marcela Kunova on 07/06/19

Video articleMoJoFest, Instagram Stories and paywalls: here is your weekly journalism news update

Pushed for time? Catch up with this week's coverage from

Posted by Daniel Green on 07/06/19

The Economist is using interactive data-driven Stories to widen its Instagram community

The publisher has built a 3.4m following on the social media platform by using weekly news quizzes, native content and now multi-poll features

Posted by Jacob Granger on 06/06/19

Computational photography can enhance pictures but also produce fake news images

With a few taps on your smartphone, you can change the time of day in a photo. Are these advancements spelling danger of doctored visuals?

Posted by Daniel Green on 06/06/19

Voice for the voiceless: smartphones are the weapon of choice to tell stories from Syrian civil war

Mobile journalism in the highly state-censored country has enabled people on the ground to reach international media - now it is set for the big screens

Posted by Jacob Granger on 06/06/19

How BBC Good Food used voice search analytics to cook up its first Alexa skill

Use of voice devices is on the rise but it is still hard to publish on smart speakers (and not only because consumers cannot pronounce 'quinoa')

Posted by Marcela Kunova on 05/06/19

Online news gradually shifts away from free content and towards pay models

RISJ report found that 69 per cent of US and European newspapers use some form of paywall - but that figure has only risen by 5.5 per cent in two years

Posted by Jacob Granger on 05/06/19

Know your rights: what should journalists do when their copyright is infringed?

When you discover that your content has been used without permission, these are the steps to take to resolve the issue professionally and amicably

Posted by Daniel Green on 04/06/19

New speaker joins Newsrewired panel on diversity in the newsroom

Robyn Vinter, editor-in-chief at The Overtake, will debate best practices for building a sustainable newsroom that speaks for those from under-represented backgrounds

Posted by Marcela Kunova on 04/06/19

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