From TV to Social Video: dare to do it and don’t be afraid to fail!

A video on US gold medal gymnast Simon Biles produced by the New York Times, which is…

How TV can help in understanding the refugee crisis

In the last few years, the topic of migration and refugee crisis has dominated TV and…

Enlivening journalism through better online user engagement

The Washington Post’s Director of Digital News Projects Greg Barber and The New York Times’ Editor…

How effective curation of interactive spaces can bring readers together

There are several ways of bringing and keeping a community together, especially how to foster communities…

Pros and Cons of automated journalism with Frederik Fischer

Frederik Fischer is Chief Editor of piq.de, an expert-driven aggregation platform,  and also works at the…

Quando la legge non basta: etica e deontologia per i giornalisti

Mario Tedeschini Lalli, in veste di rappresentante ed ex responsabile per l’Italia della Online News Association, ha…

Khadija Project: non si può arrestare la verità

Khadija Ismayilova è una giornalista azera piuttosto nota. Dopo un trascorso nella conduzione di un popolare…

Less Hate, More Speech: An Experiment In Comment Moderation

As part of the International Journalism Festival 2016 (IJF16), three Romanian journalists unveiled their findings on…

How to structure an investigation and get inside a problem

What possibilities do journalists have when structuring their investigative work? Daniel Drepper, senior reporter at Correctiv.org –…

How should journalists deal with reporting cyber attacks?

Cyber war and hacking are impacting on and changing our news agenda, as well as increasing…

Safety and verification: the crucial elements of conflict reporting

Ukraine, Yemen, Iraq, Syria and South Sudan – these are just some of the ongoing conflicts…

How intelligent journalism can produce impact over time

Not long ago journalism was self-contained, its success was measured according to the revenues that media…