Sponsored content: How Blinder can revolutionise your newsroom's remote interviews


Online interviews, when done well, can work wonders for a busy newsroom looking for high-quality content. This platform allows journalists to coordinate interviews, capture multimedia content and create great stories – all without any party needing new software or skills


Dmitry Shishkin, Kassy Cho and Ryan Tuck: meet three Newsrewired speakers

Our 27th digital journalism conference aims to set you up for success in 2021. From data-led editorial strategy to social video, here is a taster of what we have in store


How to record remote podcast interviews using the 'Simul Rec' technique

Sick of phone call sound quality? This video explainer tells you how to get better audio quality of your guest without being in the same room

Tool for journalists: Clockify, for improving task and time management

This online tool times your daily tasks and shows a breakdown of your time spent with different projects and clients to help you improve productivity

Posted by Jacob Granger on 03/03/20

App for journalists: Doubletake, for recording both sides of an interview on smartphone

This new free app by FilmicPro allows you to record with two cameras on your mobile phone at the same time to capture interactions

Posted by Daniel Green on 30/01/20

'Reality is the new quality' for reporting with mobile journalism

Mobile reporter Yusuf Omar on why wearable technology is the best tool for citizen journalists to produce raw stories that audiences can truly relate to

Posted by Katie Orchard and Daniel Green on 10/12/19

App for journalists:, for transcribing interviews on the go

This free audio-to-text app saves you the trouble of transcribing quotes from your last interview

Posted by Daniel Green on 29/10/19

Tool for journalists: Zencastr, for recording podcasts with remote interviewees

When you cannot interview your next guest face-to-face, use this tool to capture microphone sound quality quotes when in different parts of the world

Posted by Jacob Granger on 15/10/19

How to use solutions journalism to report on responses to social problems

From finding the right interviewee to asking the right questions, the Solutions Journalism Network explains how to report on what is going right

Posted by Jacob Granger on 19/09/19

So you want to be a tech journalist?

To be keeping up to date with bitcoin and biotech, you need to be able to spot a winner in a crowded market. FT-backed news website Sifted advises how to get started

Posted by Jacob Granger on 05/08/19

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

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Posted by Jacob Granger on 02/08/19

A 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

Weekly journalism news update: LinkedIn, female representation and digital security

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Posted by Jacob Granger on 26/07/19

Weekly journalism news update: transcription app, journalism students and storytelling

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Posted by Daniel Green on 19/07/19

Women's voices, solutions journalism and watchdogs: here is your weekly journalism news update

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Posted by Jacob Granger on 12/07/19

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