How a TV newsroom can become more efficient simply by making small changes to workflows, roles and responsibilities, and where people sit.
Blogs about training courses
A fresh approach to journalism capacity building is underway in Asia, and it’s all about inclusion and dialogue. They are the two buzzwords for a project that aims to empower those receiving the training from day one.
This piece was written following two training courses for citizen journalists in Africa in 2017. Those offering training in citizen journalism might like to use the text. You are welcome.
Why two independent news sources are a must if our journalism is to inform the public debate, and how numbers can add the context to deliver the “so what?” factor.
Are you able to help fund a grassroots community journalism project in Zimbabwe?
Provincial broadcasters in rural areas of Vietnam are sharing ideas in an effort to deal with declining audiences and to serve a generation that’s using smartphones more than TV.
The following are tips offered to a budding photojournalist who contacted Media Helping Media via our mentoring page asking for help in getting started in photojournalism.
A few days ago, between breakfast and lunch, I visited two countries in SE Asia and one in sub-saharan Africa, delivering lectures and offering media strategy support.
Over the last few years I have been fortunate to work with some wonderful journalists at various regional TV and radio stations in Vietnam. As this phase of the project draws to a close, it’s time to reflect.
Is there an ethical dilemma that you have faced in your journalism career which you could write about for Media Helping Media in order to help others?