Reaching 50,000 subscribers, De Correspondent is focusing on closing the gaps between journalists and readers


The Dutch news website believes the "currency of our medium is readers' trust and bringing them into the conversation"


Podcast article'We are in an information war' – How journalists can begin to tackle the misinformation ecosystem

Claire Wardle, who leads strategy and research at First Draft, explains how newsrooms can start dealing with the issues that fake news is causing for the journalism industry

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10 format ideas for short-form audio storytelling

Including the 'everyman' monologue and the 'I was there' recollection

6 tips to prepare your newsroom for live video on social media

Think beyond the live broadcast, invest in quality equipment and more advice for livestreaming on social media

Posted by Thalia Fairweather on 10/02/17

New analytics tool Kaleida shows what stories and topics matter to readers

The platform is designed to give editors an overview of what topics are trending and how audiences are interacting with news stories from a variety of publications

Posted by Caroline Scott on 09/02/17

3 ways to make data visualisations and interactives work on mobile

"The value lies in the speed of delivery rather than ‘ooh, I can click on this’"

Posted by Dorien Luyckx on 09/02/17

How media dashboards help online editorial teams boost readership and engagement

Sponsored: A separate dashboard for each editorial role saves from drowning in data and provides applicable insights

Posted by Guest author on 09/02/17

#newsrw: How to follow along with today's newsrewired event

At today's conference, experts from First Draft, Quartz, Al Jazeera and more will highlight the latest trends, tools and techniques in digital journalism

Posted by Mădălina Ciobanu on 08/02/17

Podcast articleNote to Self's latest audience engagement project aims to help listeners regain control of their digital presence

As part of the experiment, people will be invited to share their stories about digital privacy and to rethink their online behaviours through daily challenges

Posted by Mădălina Ciobanu on 07/02/17

App for journalists: Pushbullet, for transferring files between your devices

This free Android and iOS app also allows you to receive mobile notifications and texts on your computer

Posted by Caroline Scott on 06/02/17

How CNN is investing in digital video that 'goes deeper' into the story

The organisation has been building a London team for its Digital Studios arm over the past six months

Posted by Mădălina Ciobanu on 03/02/17

Mobile news and other areas Quartz will focus on in 2017

'Serving readers on mobile better than anybody else is the majority of our focus this year because it's our signature', said Kevin Delaney, editor-in-chief and president of Quartz

Posted by Mădălina Ciobanu on 02/02/17

Report: UK newspapers engage readers far longer in print than online

New research shows that although online editions have substantially grown publications' reach, 89 per cent of UK national newspaper reading is still in print

Posted by Caroline Scott on 02/02/17

Syria Deeply provides a 'bird's-eye view' of the conflict by mixing granular reporting with longform analysis

'Covering the same issue every day... allows us to see stories, make connections and gain insights that somebody who has to split their time between other regions might not be able to see'

Posted by Mădălina Ciobanu on 01/02/17

How IBTimes UK is expanding its editorial offering beyond news

A new features and trending desk will help different teams across the newsroom collaborate on ideas and formats

Posted by Catalina Albeanu on 31/01/17

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