How do you get ‘forgotten’ humanitarian stories seen in a world where so much news conflicts for attention? For Julie Mollins, a senior journalist with the Thomson Reuters Foundation, the charitable arm of Thomson Reuters which owns the Reuters news agency, it is by creating and nurturing communities-based ad-free news channels. Julie is communities editor… Read more »
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If you’re a PR, you need to know how to reach out to journalists on social media. Natan Edelsburg has some tips for you.
There is a content explosion and a demand for writers, editors and brand journalists with solid journalistic backgrounds. Here’s how to take advantage of the opportunities.
One way to get more out of conferences, webinars and other professional development events is to live tweet the highlights. Having been a newspaper reporter eons ago, I wanted to give it a try – so I did, with less-than-perfect results! But I learned some useful lessons to share. Why would you want to do it? Live… Read more »
Want your brand to be noticed? You need brand journalism. Want an exciting job? You need brand journalism too.
Engagement is difficult to get and even more difficult to keep. Whether you get no comments at all or too many, they are always an issue online. Here’s some advice to help.
There’s a place for curation in news organisations. Media are starting to look for the right mix.
Case studies prove being original still translates into page-views, staff satisfaction and better branding.
Kevin Anderson is a freelance journalist and digital strategist working with news organisations and journalists around the world to help them develop strategies and learn skills to prepare them for digital, multi-platform journalism. At the LIFT12 event in Geneva, Switzerland, Kevin talked about how he has seen social media being used during crises, from humanitarian… Read more »
Raised in the Oromia region in Ethiopia, Mohammed Ademo never lost touch of his roots. A dual-degree Masters candidate in Journalism and International Affairs at Columbia University, Mohammed has worked with non-profit organizations as a human rights activist. The founder and editor of OPride, a multimedia website that aggregates news about Oromo, Ethiopia, and the… Read more »