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

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Podcast articleHow can we improve the love-hate relationship between Google and news publishers?

Journalists often see the platform as the main cause of declining advertising revenue. Here is how Google is rebuilding those bridges

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Investigative journalism startup uses mobile gaming to finance its future

YouTube media channel Point has launched a Kickstarter campaign to educate readers about misinformation and find a sustainable revenue model

Ten sources of free images for journalists

Searching for pictures for your next article or blog post? Look no further than these stock image sites and Creative Commons platforms

Posted by Jacob Granger on 31/07/19

Bellingcat launches investigative podcast about the Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 crash

Five years of reporting and hundreds of documents later, the weekly series compiles all of the team's findings about the disaster and its aftermath

Posted by Daniel Green on 31/07/19

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

Video articleA 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

Why work experience in the media industry needs to change

In an age where the journalism industry is threatened, we need to support talented would-be reporters rather than putting them off the career

Posted by Alex Milne on 29/07/19

Video articleWeekly 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

How to build presence and make posts stand out on LinkedIn

Learn to foster professional conversations on the platform and make it work for you

Posted by Jacob Granger on 26/07/19

Save Journalism Project is encouraging journalists to speak out against job layoffs

The US-based campaign is calling for the break up of Google and Facebook to give reporters and news organisations a more secure future

Posted by Daniel Green on 25/07/19

How social media impacts mental health in journalists

Social presence is no longer a hobby, it is a journalism skill. So if cancelling all your accounts is not an option, what else can you do to stay safe and sane online?

Posted by Kyle Bessey on 24/07/19

UK legacy media still struggles to give women a voice (but is getting better at it)

Although many large organisations have promoted more women into senior roles, we are still far off gender parity in the newsroom. Here are some initiatives worth mentioning

Posted by Daniel Green on 23/07/19

Tool for journalists: Digital Help Desk, for training reporters in digital security

To protect journalists against online threats, Reporters Without Borders has launched a hub providing guidance on encryption, account security and more

Posted by Jacob Granger on 22/07/19

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

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