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Why The Daily Mail employs an esports journalist, the first full-time role of its kind

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Jack Stewart, reporter at the publisher, explains what his job entails, and why coverage of the sport is so crucial

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Look around you: How the Guardian experiments with virtual reality to tell stories in new, immersive ways

The publisher has used video, animation and computer-generated imagery to produce multiple VR projects since April 2016

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NewsNow started a petition against the proposed publisher's right in EU copyright law

This podcast takes a look at the proposed changes and NewsNow's concerns

'Sound is the totem': Inside the podcast musical 36 Questions

36 Questions, produced by podcast studio Two-Up, uses song and lyrics to tell the story of a married couple

Posted by Mădălina Ciobanu on 30/08/17

From pub basement to the News Building: The free London meetup helping journalists learn to code

Journocoders meets once a month to enable journalists and technologists to learn from each other

Posted by Catalina Albeanu on 15/08/17

How Pop-Up Newsroom uses collaboration to drive innovation forward

The aim is to 'nurture newsroom innovation across technology, editorial and sustainability' through collaboration across organisations and disciplines

Posted by Mădălina Ciobanu on 08/08/17

Why political journalism is in need of new approaches and innovation

Speakers at our latest newsrewired conference discuss the state of election reporting and political journalism

Posted by Caroline Scott on 01/08/17

Why data journalism is a civic duty in developing countries

Data and investigative journalist Eva Constantaras explains how she builds data journalism teams in developing countries like India and Kenya

Posted by Caroline Scott on 18/07/17

Explain and connect: Insights into the BBC World Service expansion

BBC World Service is adding 12 new languages teams and undertaking a digital refresh

Posted by Catalina Albeanu on 12/07/17

'One man, his bike, and a lot of patience': How RTÉ produced a travel series using mobile journalism

Reporter Cian McCormack has just completed the third 'Ireland by Bike' series for the Irish broadcaster

Posted by Caroline Scott on 03/07/17

With $500k in funding, Full Fact is building two automated fact-checking tools for journalists

The automated fact-checking tools, called Live and Trends, will be available in 2018 to journalists and fact-checkers globally

Posted by Mădălina Ciobanu on 29/06/17

How the Swedish Radio digital task force works with the newsroom

Podcast: On the importance of post-its and the power of knowing when to say 'no'

Posted by Catalina Albeanu on 20/06/17

Why BuzzFeed turned to Facebook Live to engage audiences in the UK election

Over 2 million people watched the live streams broadcast for millennial audiences in their newsfeeds

Posted by Caroline Scott on 14/06/17

Why local and national newsrooms should collaborate on projects

Journalism collaborations are key going forward – so how can we approach the process of partnering on reporting projects?

Posted by Mădălina Ciobanu on 06/06/17

‘We are only a tool, something happens through us’: Talking documentaries with filmmaker Hanna Polak

The Oscar-nominated filmmaker shares advice for aspiring filmmakers

Posted by Catalina Albeanu on 31/05/17

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