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Why two African university students organised their own conference to teach their peers about mobile journalism

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Marvin Gakunyi and Emmanuel Yegon have also designed their own web platform to host stories shot on smartphones

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So you want to start a podcast? Key tips about the podcasting market

Here is the latest research into the online audio market

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Closed groups and social networks: Are journalists missing out?

The BBC's Mark Frankel shares highlights from his research on this little-understood beat

BBC launches weekly news programme to give young people in Africa a voice

What's New? will provide teenagers across the continent with the news and current affairs that matter to them

Posted by Caroline Scott on 18/07/18

‘Aftermath’ podcast covers stories of gunshot survivors after news crews move on

Two crime reporters travel the country talking to people whose lives changed in the blink of an eye

Posted by George Sharpe on 05/07/18

Real-life nightcrawler: The reporter who rides her kick scooter around NYC to shoot breaking news

Oliya Fedun, stringer, tells us how she gets to fires and shootings before her competition

Posted by Marcela Kunova on 20/06/18

Apps, opportunities and the future of mobile journalism: Takeaways from MojoFest

Journalism.co.uk takes you to Galway, Ireland, to get the hottest tips, advice and industry updates from the ever-growing community of smartphone content creators

Posted by Caroline Scott on 12/06/18

'The ability to adapt a tool is more important than the ability to use it': Making open source sustainable

How do creators of software that's free to install keep their business afloat?

Posted by Catalina Albeanu on 16/05/18

Today, Explained: A look at Vox's daily news explainer podcast

The publisher is producing fun, creative and informal audio for listeners on their commute home

Posted by Caroline Scott on 09/05/18

Feminist investigative journalism is 'not just about what we write, but how we write it'

Why more investigative journalism is needed on gender equality

Posted by Catalina Albeanu on 02/05/18

The Engaged Journalism Accelerator will focus on sustainability in European independent newsrooms

The programme will promote business savvy through grants and mentoring

Posted by Catalina Albeanu on 23/04/18

Six newsletters in six weeks: How The Telegraph is building a new strategy

Dan Silver, head of digital publishing at The Telegraph, outlines the opportunities editorial newsletters present publishers

Posted by Catalina Albeanu on 10/04/18

Why Al Jazeera taught young refugees how to tell their own stories in 360 degrees

Staff from Contrast VR, Al Jazeera's immersive media studio, took their kit to Jordan, training seven young people in spherical storytelling

Posted by Caroline Scott on 23/03/18

The changing relationship between news organisations and their audiences

Tips and examples from the FT, De Correspondent and Publish.org for involving readers in the editorial process

Posted by Mădălina Ciobanu on 14/03/18

How Politico is championing empowerment through its Women Rule project

As the franchise comes to Europe, Carrie Budoff Brown, editor of Politico, explains why discussions about women in business and politics are needed now more than ever

Posted by Caroline Scott on 06/03/18

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