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The New York Times is trying to narrow the distance between reporters and analytics data

The New York Times is trying to narrow the distance between reporters and analytics data | Journalism News | Scoop.it
It's building on its in-house analytics dashboard, Stela, with the goal of making audience engagement data easy to find, simple to understand, and even fun to use.
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Moroccan editor, source convicted in defamation case - Committee to Protect Journalists

Moroccan editor, source convicted in defamation case - Committee to Protect Journalists | Journalism News | Scoop.it
New York, June 30--Moroccan journalist Hamid el-Mehdaoui was handed a four-month suspended prison sentence by a Casablanca court on Monday and ordered, along with a co-defendant named in the case, to pay a combined 100,000 Moroccan dirhams ($10,290) in damages for criminal defamation, according to the journalist’s website and other...
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Bloomberg's new regime and tensions over the editorial vision

Bloomberg's new regime and tensions over the editorial vision | Journalism News | Scoop.it
In April, Zachary Mider's groundbreaking story on corporate tax inversions won Bloomberg News the first Pulitzer Prize in its 25-year history. When Mider collected his award a month later, at the annual Pulitzer luncheon at Columbia University, the...
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'More women should go into journalism', Sophie Ikenye. - The Standard Digital News (satire) (press release) (registration) (blog)

'More women should go into journalism', Sophie Ikenye. - The Standard Digital News (satire) (press release) (registration) (blog) | Journalism News | Scoop.it
Broadcast journalism holds the fascination of many young women in Africa in these days of colour TV revolution, but they find it a daunting task on how to get a break into this high pressure job.
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This News Site Is Reinventing Itself In Order To Reimagine Journalism

This News Site Is Reinventing Itself In Order To Reimagine Journalism | Journalism News | Scoop.it
#OwnTheMedia: Positive News Becomes First Crowdfunded Global Media Cooperative

Seán Dagan Wood, the editor-in-chief of Positive News and co-founder of the Constructive Journalism Project, is
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Data journalism: From specialism to 'the new normal'

Data journalism: From specialism to 'the new normal' | Journalism News | Scoop.it
Instead of having a specialist data team in the newsroom, will data journalists themselves specialise in a certain beat and become fully integrated into editorial teams?
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Teachapalooza: Building the Clinical Model of Teaching into a Journalism Curriculum | Mediashift | PBS

Teachapalooza: Building the Clinical Model of Teaching into a Journalism Curriculum | Mediashift | PBS | Journalism News | Scoop.it
There’s no shortage of tools available to help journalists gather information and produce it for different audiences in compelling ways: stories told through audio, video, timelines, maps, charts, graphs and words.
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African Journalists Go Undercover, With Official Blessing

African Journalists Go Undercover, With Official Blessing | Journalism News | Scoop.it
A new breed of African investigative journalists has emerged, some of whom have been helped by officials who might have persecuted them in the past.
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Positive news versus negative news (Part 2): the other side of

Positive news versus negative news (Part 2): the other side of | Journalism News | Scoop.it
President Uhuru Kenyatta said in his Madaraka Day speech on June 1 that he felt extremely encouraged to see the media devoting a lot of time to matters of farming, agriculture, and rural wealth. 
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These Maps Show Where Cambodian Journalists Have Been Killed and Harassed · Global Voices

These Maps Show Where Cambodian Journalists Have Been Killed and Harassed · Global Voices | Journalism News | Scoop.it
The Cambodian Center for Human Rights has launched a portal documenting the human rights violations experienced by Cambodian journalists. Cambodia's constitution guarantees freedom of speech but journalists are still harassed and killed, especially those who report about the abuses committed by local officials and business interests with ties to powerful...
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Media houses to promote gender-sensitive stories

Media houses to promote gender-sensitive stories | Journalism News | Scoop.it
The Ugandan media offers limited positive coverage of women and largely portrays them as victims of violence, a study funded by the International Labour Organisation (ILO) has found.
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To old-school journalists everywhere: thank you

To old-school journalists everywhere: thank you | Journalism News | Scoop.it
If we want the powerful held to account, we should care about the loss of journalists.
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How the Panama Papers journalists broke the biggest leak in history

How the Panama Papers journalists broke the biggest leak in history | Journalism News | Scoop.it
Gerard Ryle led the international team that divulged the Panama Papers, the 11.5 million leaked documents from 40 years of activity of the Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca that have offered an unprecedented glimpse into the scope and methods of...
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Who, What, Where, When, Weird

Who, What, Where, When, Weird | Journalism News | Scoop.it
How oddball items came to dominate the news business, and became normal in the process.
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Data journalism: From specialism to 'the new normal'

Data journalism: From specialism to 'the new normal' | Journalism News | Scoop.it
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Guy Berger: Journalism is important in conflict areas

Guy Berger, UNESCO's director for freedom of expression and media development, tells IJNet about the conflicts of war.
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Senior Al Jazeera Reporter Detained in Germany

Senior Al Jazeera Reporter Detained in Germany | Journalism News | Scoop.it
Ahmed Mansour faces possible extradition to Egypt.
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These 4 charts tell you everything you need to know about journalism’s biggest problem

These 4 charts tell you everything you need to know about journalism’s biggest problem | Journalism News | Scoop.it
Print is dying. And no one knows how to make money from the social Web.
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Opinion: Journalism companies are dead. Long live journalists. | Poynter.

Opinion: Journalism companies are dead. Long live journalists. | Poynter. | Journalism News | Scoop.it
A Global Leader in Journalism | Journalism training, media news & how to's
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10 Most Censored Countries - Committee to Protect Journalists

Eritrea and North Korea are the first and second most censored countries worldwide, according to a list compiled by the Committee to Protect Journalists of the 10 countries where the press is most restricted. The list is based on research into the use of tactics ranging from imprisonment and repressive...
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Pakistani Journalists Left in Limbo Amid Vicious Media War · Global Voices

Pakistani Journalists Left in Limbo Amid Vicious Media War · Global Voices | Journalism News | Scoop.it
"If you can not give employment to 2200 media workers, you have no right to take away 2,200 jobs."
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How can journalists protect their confidential sources from exposure?

How can journalists protect their confidential sources from exposure? | Journalism News | Scoop.it
Study provides 11-point framework to assess legal source protection frameworks
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'The worst of journalism': 200 writers and academics slam CBS coverage of Africa

'The worst of journalism': 200 writers and academics slam CBS coverage of Africa | Journalism News | Scoop.it
An open letter accuses American broadcaster of rendering Africans ‘voiceless and all but invisible’ in its portrayal of the continent
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