With a little help from speech-to-text apps and software, print and video journalists can save time on transcribing the interviews manually.
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Basic things to keep in mind while clicking, editing and distributing photographs.
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Taking a good photo need not be rocket science anymore involving a bulky DSLR and complicated software. Smartphones are now sufficiently equipped to de…
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Copyright laws are not well-defined. But being mindful will help you steer you through this confusing terrain.
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A TW is a good way to give the viewer an opportunity to choose not to see content that might bring back past trauma.
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Photojournalism from the Covid-19 frontline.
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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…
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We've compiled a few tools to help journalists reporting medical reporting fight against the innumerable challenges, especially in pandemic times.
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In Old News Mobile Journalism Fellowship is now accepting applications for round 2. Apply now!
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Would a peak behind the curtain help journalists reach a skeptical audience?
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Twitter hasn't changed much, at least superficially, but quite a few new features and formats have popped up recently.
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Is interactive video the next big thing? Or is it old news?
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