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Here is the latest journalism news from this week:
Mental health: To mark the World Mental Health Day, we compiled six articles that explore mental wellbeing in readers and reporters alike. Read more
Brexit: Since the EU referendum, the UK media has focused much of its coverage on Brexit, but what impact has that had on the press?
News organisations discussed whether this topic has been fuelling traffic or caused audiences to avoid the news. Read more
Instagram: Journalism conferences are not just great occasions for networking, but they are gold opportunities for live reporting to social audiences.
Instagram can be a great tool for journalists to post video interviews, quote cards and behind-the-scenes footage while in the thick of the action. Here are some tips on how to get started. Read more
Local news: In this week's podcast, we heard how US local news publisher Richland Source has been conducting a 'listening tour' in Ohio to understand what local residents want from their prospective elected officials.
It also plans to publish an editorial citizen's agenda to hold local politicians to account further down the line. Listen now
We also looked back at how The Pulitzer Center has supported 11 US public service media organisations through its Facebook-funded 'Bringing Stories Home' grant scheme. Read more.
Fact-checking: As misinformation manifests itself in different ways around the world, five fact-checking organisations from four continents outline how they are addressing false claims specific to their area. Read more
Media trust: News organisations could receive a bump in ad revenue and page views if they meet certain professional standards.
Non-profit organisation Reporters Without Borders has launched a public call on its Journalism Trust Initiative. It aims to reward news outlets which comply with responsible and trustworthy reporting. Read more
Newsrewired: We are also thrilled to announce that mobile journalism legend Yusuf Omar will be joining an already stellar lineup at our digital journalism conference Newsrewired. Read more
Newsrewired takes place on the 27 November at Reuters in London. Head to newsrewired.com for the full agenda and tickets.
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