IJNET | AI tools for combating deepfakes

These artificial intelligence tools will help journalists debunk misinformation and disinformation that is spread by the rise of deepfakes. Read the article here.

WAN IFRA | Seven lessons for transformation when exploring Zambia’s media resilience

The managing director and editor of The Observer in Uganda Pius Muteekani Katunzi travelled to Zambia recently to speak to other media makers in that country about navigating the African media landscape and embracing the digital era. Read the article here

The Guardian | The art of explanation by Ros Atkins 

Broadcast journalists need to think quickly and be able to break down a breaking news story. However, it can be challenging for journalists to convey details about a news story when the information provided to them is limited. Seasoned BBC journalist Ros Atkins gives advice on how broadcast journalists can communicate with clarity and confidence. Read the article here

Reuters | Congo journalist detained regarding news article

Stanis Bujakera, a Congolese journalist was detained in Kinshasa on suspicion of spreading false information about the killing of a prominent opposition politician in an article published by Jeune Afrique, the French news magazine. Read the article here.

Nieman Lab | How scientists can help reporters cover disasters

As the effects of climate change continue to be felt across the world, it is important for journalists to effectively communicate the impacts of climate change, however, they need to work alongside scientists in order to communicate this information. Read the article here

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