Topic “investigative journalism”
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Knight Center’s free online course on investigative journalism attracts 4,000 people from 150 countries. Register now!
More than 4,000 participants from all over the world have registered for the Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) “Investigative Journalism for the Digital Age,” being taught by a team of four leading investigative journalists in the United States and offered by the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas with support from the the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. Read more »
To help people interested in learning about the newest resources and techniques in the field of investigative journalism, the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas will offer the free Massive Open Online Course (or MOOC) “Investigative Journalism for the Digital Age” with the support of the Knight Foundation.
During Ibero-American Colloquium, journalists discuss revenue diversification and differentiation strategies
A group of journalists representing media from several Latin American countries presented the successes, obstacles and future plans of their organizations on April 6 at the Seventh Ibero-American Colloquium on Digital Journalism, organized by the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas. Read more »
When journalists meet to talk about the future of the profession, the conversation often turns pessimistic: shrinking newsrooms and fewer spaces for in-depth reporting are some of the most common complaints. But there are some who see in this diagnosis of the crisis in traditional journalism a source of opportunities. Read more »
United States federal prosecutors decided on March 5 to drop the majority of criminal charges faced by journalist-activist Barrett Brown, who published a hyperlink to information obtained illegally by hacking group Anonymous, according to Reporters Without Borders (RSF). Read more »
What is renowned journalist Giannina Segnini going to do after leaving Costa Rican newspaper La Nación? Read more »
Former Guardian columnist Glenn Greenwald and e-Bay founder Pierre Omidyar launched The Intercept as the first website of their new media company First Look Media with two stories on the National Security Agency on Feb. 10. The Intercept will be part of a whole topically diverse “family of digital magazines published by First Look,” as the company announces on its blog. Read more »
The Brazilian Association of Investigative Journalism (Abraji), one of the most important and active journalism organizations in the country, was chosen as the 2013 Personality of the Year by the Make a Difference Awards, which have been organized by the Brazilian newspaper O Globo for the last 11 years. The newspaper made the announcement on Saturday Jan. 27, and highlighted Abraji’s contributions to freedom of expression and information in the country. Read more »
Knight Center survey shows interest for investigative journalism in Latin America but lack of training in the field
Despite Latin American journalists' high interest in investigative journalism, there is a shortage of strong university-level programs to teach these skills and professional journalists consider that they do not have the resources in their newsrooms to conduct in-depth investigations, according to a recent survey conducted by the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas. Read more »