So you want to be a political reporter?

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

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'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'

Switcher Go

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

How journalism business models are fuelling the misinformation ecosystem

James Ball, special correspondent, BuzzFeed UK, explains how the need to be first is working against accurate information, and in favour of sensationalism and hoaxes

Posted by Caroline Scott on 03/03/17

How to add subtitles to your social videos using SRT files

YouTube allows you to easily create the SRT files needed to better engage with your viewers during silent autoplay

Posted by Caroline Scott on 30/01/17

So you want to be a technology reporter?

Bill Thompson, studio expert on Click, the BBC World Service's technology radio programme, gives his advice to aspiring journalists looking to enter the field

Posted by Caroline Scott on 06/01/17

No Small Talk: The 360-degree video from BBC Taster exploring today's 'big ideas'

A behind the scenes look at the immersive talkshow that aims to engage millennial women in natural conversations

Posted by Caroline Scott on 24/11/16

The Guardian is taking audiences into London’s Victorian sewers with new virtual reality experience

'Underworld' is the first of six virtual reality projects the publisher has created for Daydream View, Google’s device for mobile VR content

Posted by Caroline Scott on 15/11/16

'The story doesn't end with a spreadsheet' – Advice for journalists working with data

How can reporters avoid the dangers of working with data?

Posted by Caroline Scott on 04/11/16

Behind the scenes at BBC Minute, the bite-sized radio news bulletin for young people around the globe

Broadcast every half an hour, the 60-second radio bulletin aims to provide people in 'young countries' with the news they need to know

Posted by Caroline Scott on 28/10/16

The Guardian relaunches its documentaries section to feature longer films

The publisher will be releasing an original film each month, which aims to challenge its viewers' ideas about the world

Posted by Caroline Scott on 23/09/16

The BBC News app is rolling out vertical video in its latest revamp

'Ten to Watch' will feature ten up-to-date stories of the day, as the broadcaster retools its online video for smartphone consumption

Posted by Caroline Scott on 19/09/16

App for journalists: Ferrite Recording Studio, for making podcasts and audio packages

This free, on-the-go editing suite allows users to record and edit multi-track audio on their iOS devices

Posted by Arnau Vila on 05/09/16

Mobile journalism mistakes to avoid

We asked, you answered! Take note of this crowdsourced advice when reporting with your smartphone

Posted by Caroline Scott on 22/08/16

How to create animated videos using Quik

The free app offers 28 animation styles, so you can automatically make your footage stand out with music, text and transitions

Posted by Mădălina Ciobanu on 15/08/16

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