ICFJ Knight Fellows create a culture of news innovation and experimentation worldwide by helping journalists and news organizations adopt new technologies to enhance their news gathering, storytelling, editorial workflows, audience engagement and business models. The result: sustainable, trustworthy journalism that serves the public interest.
Meet ICFJ Knight Fellows Nasr ul Hadi, Janine Warner, Pedro Burgos and Justin Arenstein at the 2018 Online News Association (ONA) Conference. A schedule of their workshops and panel sessions is available here.
We curated this collection of ICFJ Knight tools that we think journalists and technologists at ONA will find valuable. If you adopt any of these tools or lead new projects inspired by them, please let us know by tweeting us at @ICFJKnight. Our Fellows and the ICFJ Knight team are available to help you get started.
ICFJ Knight Fellows help newsrooms around the world launch data journalism projects. Fellows are doing everything from helping journalists break major data-driven stories to launching media outlets' first data teams to making data easier to access and visualize. Below is a list of the top data journalism tools and resources that they've helped develop.
Through investigative reporting networks, cross-border journalism projects and story contests, ICFJ Knight Fellows support journalists using data and multimedia storytelling for in-depth reports that serve the public interest.
From South Asia to Africa to Latin America, ICFJ Knight Fellows introduce the latest digital journalism techniques and technologies to their media partners. They do this through the creation of new tools, guides, reusable storytelling formats and other resources.
ICFJ Knight Fellows are at the forefront of the digital revolution, helping journalists around the world build their skills and use the latest online reporting and storytelling tools. Below are resources that Fellows have developed to help instill a culture of innovation in their media partners.
When journalists work together, they have the potential to illuminate issues affecting the lives of people in multiple countries and to trace the flow of money and goods across borders. ICFJ Knight Fellows foster these networks and introduce tools to support the work of their media partners to collaborate with each other as well as with citizens and whistleblowers.
Is your newsroom looking for fresh ideas and reporting tools? The ICFJ Knight Fellowships program can help - at no cost!
Our ICFJ Knight Fellows are journalists and technologists who instill a culture of news innovation and experimentation worldwide. Their goal is to seed new technologies to enhance news gathering, storytelling, editorial workflows, audience engagement and business models. This short video offers a look at how we’ve helped transform newsrooms around the world.
We’re looking for opportunities to introduce ICFJ Knight Fellow innovations to U.S. newsrooms. Reach out to Sara Olstad (email@example.com) on the ICFJ Knight Fellowships team for more info.
The ICFJ Knight Fellowships, the International Center for Journalists' flagship program, create a culture of news innovation and experimentation worldwide by helping journalists and news organizations adopt new technologies to enhance their news gathering, storytelling, editorial workflows, audience engagement and business models. The result: sustainable, trustworthy journalism that serves the public interest.
Through their work, ICFJ Knight Fellows develop tools, trainings and networks that transform journalism and spark new opportunities. We've curated a list of these resources that we think offer great possibilities for journalists and technologists around the globe. If you adopt any of these tools or lead new projects inspired by them, please let us know by tweeting us at @ICFJKnight. Our Fellows and the ICFJ Knight team are available to help you get started.
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Digital Security Kit for Journalists and Bloggers
Resource to keep journalists, and their information, safe.
The ICFJ Knight Fellowships are funded by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. The Fellows build on past successes in the Knight program, which has a strong record of achieving impact. They work in countries where there is a good opportunity to create the news media of the future. The Fellowships receive additional support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and Google News Initiative.