In the news this week, the Pulitzer Prizes were announced, and some notable online collaborations won, including the ICIJ for its massive “Panama Papers” report, as well as ProPublica and the New York Daily News.
We're delighted to launch a new column -- Mojo Workin' -- on tips and tools for mobile journalism by noted mojo expert Ivo Burum. Ivo's workshops are a popular feature of GIJN conferences. The Australia-based journalist brings over 30 years of experience producing prime-time programing across genres. He'll be profiling the latest techniques with investigative journalists in mind, so here's a great chance to get your mojo workin'.
A planning editor with the Fort Collins Coloradoan is experimenting with bot technology and it’s taught her that it doesn’t require a team of technologists. Jennifer Hefty says it doesn’t even require HTML coding experience.
By now, nonprofits know they need to grow their online audiences. Part of that involves connecting to communities through social networks. But now that we can monitor the endless data from all these channels, is your organization aware of which metrics to track?
The following opinion piece is a guest post and does not necessarily reflect the opinions of this publication. After reading the flood of soul-searching think pieces on the media that followed the 2016 presidential election, it’d be easy to come away with the impression of an industry in crisis.
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