Advice for staying safe when interviewing dangerous people

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What does it take to talk to perpetrators of violence, and what do journalists need to consider in order to stay out of danger?

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Why your news organisation needs to start 'optimising for trust'

Jay Rosen, professor, New York University, explains why trust should now be the reliable metric for quality journalism

Al Jazeera VR

7 stories for 7 years: Al Jazeera ran virtual reality workshops in Jordan's Za'atari refugee camp

Journalists from the publisher's immersive media studio taught seven teenagers to tell stories in 360 degrees

So you want to be a science journalist?

Health and science journalist Deborah Cohen tells us what a career in medical journalism looks like

Posted by Caroline Scott on 09/02/18

So you want to be a newsreader?

Eric Johnson, freelance journalist, explains what it takes to make it as a successful on-screen journalist reading the news

Posted by Caroline Scott on 02/10/17

How to collect, organise and showcase your work in one place, without paying a penny

Sponsored: Wakelet allows journalists to showcase their work in a matter of minutes

Posted by Guest author on 15/09/17

The Guardian uses animated illustrations to bring its latest virtual reality project to life

The publisher has created a unique experience with Tilt Brush, which commemorates the second anniversary of Alan Kurdi’s tragic death

Posted by Caroline Scott on 08/09/17

Tool for journalists: Fader, for producing 360-degree videos on your computer

No VR gadgets, budget or experience? No problem – use this tool to create your own spherical videos for social

Posted by Caroline Scott on 17/08/17

Mobile is dominant in readers’ lives, so why aren’t we talking about it more?

Watch Sasha Koren, editor of the Guardian Mobile Innovation Lab, open our latest newsrewired conference in London

Posted by Caroline Scott on 28/07/17

NBC launches experimental video hub for audiences on social media

NBC Left Field's team of 12 will produce short documentaries and features on issues of interest to a global audience

Posted by Caroline Scott on 13/06/17

Latest virtual reality project from the Guardian lets viewers experience the first year of life

First Impressions, the publisher's third VR project, enables viewers to explore how a baby sees the world during its first six months

Posted by Caroline Scott on 28/04/17

Tool for journalists: Shoulderpod X1 Pro, a production rig for your smartphone and accessories

Sponsored: This light and sturdy piece of kit allows reporters to easily add microphones, lights and extra batteries to their mobile devices

Posted by Guest author on 24/04/17

So you want to be a political reporter?

Nick Robinson, a presenter on the BBC's Today programme, tells us what it takes to work in the field of political journalism

Posted by Caroline Scott on 17/03/17

'We're all in this together': Tips from Vice for women starting out in journalism

'It is a really exciting time for women in media, and it just takes more young women raising their hand and coming into the field'

Posted by Caroline Scott on 08/03/17

App for journalists: Switcher Go, for more engaging Facebook Lives

Use this free iOS app to add images, pre-recorded video and your organisation's logo to your live streams

Posted by Caroline Scott on 06/03/17

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