Mobile Journalism

Features
May
4
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2021

Mental Health Resources for Journalists

It's okay to not be okay. It's okay to take a break, if it's available to you, to acknowledge the deteriorating mental health, and reach out to whoever you think can help you combat the situation.
Features
Apr
13
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2021

Building Audience Trust With Behind-The-Scenes

Would a peek behind the curtain help journalists reach a sceptical audience?
Features
Feb
23
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2021

A Freelancer's Guide: Pitching Tips and Resources for Journalists

Freelance journalism can be truly empowering if you know the dos and don'ts.
Features
Jan
19
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2021

One Person Army: A Journalist's Journey of Independent Journalism

This week we speak to one of our fellows to understand his journey of independent journalism and get into a productive month as our fellows complete their MoJo projects.
Features
Dec
16
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2020

Kashmiri Journalists on Lack of Internet Hampering Their Work

Regulating the internet in Kashmir also throttles journalism in the state. In Old News fellows share their experience.
Features
Nov
18
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2020

Are Journalists on Their Way to Becoming One-Person Armies?

Newsrooms are shrinking. The race to break some news is getting tougher by the day. With tons of news channels on television, plus digital publications and social media riding the hypercurrent wave of constantly relaying news and updates, it’s a challenge to report events in the traditional way with a camera crew. That’s where mobile journalism steps in to save the day.

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