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'There's a danger of becoming stuck behind the desk': Investigative journalism in the age of social media

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Mark Williams-Thomas, investigative reporter, gave his tips for those producing in-depth reporting at the 2016 NCTJ Journalism Skills conference

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Considerations for journalists covering violence against women

How can journalists challenge the stereotypes and cover violence against women and girls in a more helpful way?

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Video articleNo Small Talk: The 360-degree video from BBC Taster exploring today's 'big ideas'

A behind the scenes look at the immersive talkshow that aims to engage millennial women in natural conversations

Inside the online video strategy at Univision Noticias

Selymar Colón, managing editor and senior director of digital at Univision, highlights the broadcaster's approach to online video and which formats work best

Posted by Mădălina Ciobanu on 23/11/16

RISJ report highlights the rise and impact of fact-checking sites across Europe

Three quarters of fact-checkers who responded to the survey consider themselves journalists, and 40 per cent say they are activists

Posted by Catalina Albeanu on 23/11/16

Podcast articleThe alternative take on local journalism at Taproot Edmonton in Canada

The founders hope their business model will help support the news needs of the local community

Posted by Caroline Scott on 22/11/16

Beyond 'fake news': Challenges for journalists debunking misinformation online

Journalists should use verification techniques and tools to spot fake news websites or authentic materials used in the wrong context

Posted by Mădălina Ciobanu on 22/11/16

Die Welt's in-house analytics tool gives articles a score to measure their impact online

The tool aggregates data from multiple sources and metrics such as engagement time and video views to score articles from 0 to 30

Posted by Mădălina Ciobanu on 21/11/16

How Reuters trains its journalists to work with new technologies and collaborate in the newsroom

Reuters journalists are encouraged to 'think graphically' and experiment with new formats and technologies to build on their reporting

Posted by Mădălina Ciobanu on 21/11/16

App for journalists: Pie, for creating and sharing 360-degree videos

This free app enables you to produce spherical footage with your iPhone

Posted by Caroline Scott on 21/11/16

How mobile journalism can help reporters get closer to the story

Dutch mobile journalist Geertje Algera explains why she has moved from using traditional cameras to reporting with her iPhone

Posted by Caroline Scott on 21/11/16

Canadian news outlet aims to shake up local journalism by only sourcing stories from its members

Taproot Edmonton invites anyone to read its content, but allows members to ask questions and cultivate ideas

Posted by Caroline Scott on 18/11/16

Inside Vox Media's Storytelling Studio, a hub for developing multi-platform editorial projects

'We want to constantly question, experiment, and test different elements within a story, so we are always trying to test one question or assumption to see if we can learn from that'

Posted by Mădălina Ciobanu on 18/11/16

Bursting the filter bubble after the US election: Is the media doomed to fail?

At an event in Brussels this week, media and politicians discussed echo chambers on social media and the fight against fake news

Posted by Catalina Albeanu on 17/11/16

Google funds more than 100 European projects in second round of Digital News Initiative

The second round of funding focused on collaborative projects, alongside the programme's other criteria of impact and innovation

Posted by Mădălina Ciobanu on 17/11/16

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