How BBC Minute aims to engage young people with global radio news

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The 60-second bulletins, broadcast from local stations around the world, give millennials a taste of what's happening in the news

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How journalism students helped on the Panama Papers investigation

Data skills matter, but guidance, collaboration and a genuine interest in the topic you're investigating are key


How the Refugee Journalism Project helps exiled reporters restart their careers in the UK

The initiative matches journalists in exile with UK-based reporters to give them a foot in the door in the British media industry

Why journalists should learn how to code

Coding skills can help you tell better, more engaging stories in the ever-changing world of digital journalism

Posted by Caroline Scott on 27/09/16

Creating change agents: How can you teach journalism innovation?

From virtual reality journalism classes to Dragons' Den style assignments, universities are looking for new ideas for their courses

Posted by Catalina Albeanu on 21/09/16

How to get started with interactive data journalism

Journalists from The Financial Times and The Wall Street Journal explain what basic data journalism skills are needed before tackling interactive graphics

Posted by Mădălina Ciobanu on 13/09/16

CEO Secrets: How the BBC Business Unit is engaging audiences on Facebook

The BBC Business Unit's year-long video series is using the social media platform to attract more viewers with 'news you can use'

Posted by Caroline Scott on 06/09/16

FT used 360-degree video to add a new dimension to an ongoing project

The City Within: Life in Rio's favelas is an immersive video that gives viewers a taste of life in the city, complementing FT Weekend's larger Rio city guide

Posted by Mădălina Ciobanu on 30/08/16

How Syrian refugees are finding their voice through mobile journalism

Imran Azam, organiser of The Art of Filming Meetup group, explains how he taught a group of refugees to tell their own stories using their smartphones

Posted by Caroline Scott on 23/08/16

Inside RioRun, the Guardian's first interactive podcast

With this virtual audio experience, the Guardian is pushing the boundaries of interactive journalism

Posted by Catalina Albeanu on 16/08/16

Back in Touch: Communities in Sierra Leone tell their stories of life after Ebola in an interactive documentary

The project by On Our Radar explores the impact of the Ebola crisis on community life in Sierra Leone

Posted by Catalina Albeanu on 09/08/16

Chat app Yik Yak offers BBC News a way to engage with younger audiences

Ninety-eight per cent of Yik Yak's users are part of the millennial generation, but do they want to talk about hard news on the app?

Posted by Mădălina Ciobanu on 02/08/16

Podcasts, eyewitness media and new models in digital publishing: Highlights from newsrewired

If you missed out on newsrewired last week, today's podcast brings you some highlights from the conversation on trends in digital journalism

Posted by Mădălina Ciobanu on 26/07/16

Information security for journalists: Protecting your data and sources online

Take note of these tips and tools for protecting your work and investigations

Posted by Caroline Scott on 19/07/16

'Finding creative ways to bring people into new worlds': The AJ+ take on Facebook Live

Should Facebook Live videos be raw and unpolished, or TV-style livestreams?

Posted by Catalina Albeanu on 13/07/16

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