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The Knight Center features stories about our courses, workshops, conferences, and e-books, as well as updates from the journalism organizations in Latin America and the Caribbean that were created or strengthened with our support. You can follow this content through our blog, newsletter, RSS feed, Facebook, Twitter, or by checking back here often.

How to create a data journalism team: practical tips for bringing programmers and journalists together

In the era of big data, journalism can benefit greatly from using information technology to reinvent methods for searching, analysis, and news coverage. Read more »


Knight Center’s e-book “Innovative Journalism in Latin America” now also available in English and Portuguese

“Innovative Journalism in Latin America,” the new free e-book from the Knight Center, is now available in English and Portuguese. Read more »


Learn how to fight fake news: sign up for the first massive course in Portuguese for fact checking

Checking information has always been a key part of journalism. However, with social networks and the speed with which stories and public discourse – false and true – are spread, the role of the fact checker has become even more crucial to separating fact from fiction. Read more »


"Innovative Journalism in Latin America": new free ebook in Spanish from the Knight Center is available; download it now

Coinciding with the 10th Ibero-American Colloquium on Digital Journalism, the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas has published the book "Innovative Journalism in Latin America,” in digital format on Sunday, April 23. Read more »


ISOJ 2017: Academics present research on new practices using technology in newsrooms

With the arrival of technology to the world's newsrooms, journalists have had to make a mental change in how to organize their work. Read more »


ISOJ 2017: Fact checking is changing the way readers think, but continues to face great challenges

With the global phenomenon of the proliferation of false news, and social networks as the main news sources of readers, the trend of verifying public discourse is spreading at a global level. Read more »


ISOJ 2017: Huffington Post’s Lydia Polgreen offers plan to reach the “unnewsed”

Lydia Polgreen, editor-in chief of The Huffington Post, unveiled her plan at the 18th International Symposium on Online Journalism (ISOJ) on April 21 to revolutionize news consumption by creating platforms that appeal to the masses who do not usually follow the news. Read more »


Journalists tackle accountability in the Trump Era on first day of ISOJ

The 2016 presidential election left many readers with a distrust of the media, who, in their eyes, made a gross misjudgment of the outcome. This left journalists with two big questions: How can they continue holding public officials accountable despite public distrust? What can journalists do better? Read more »


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