The Fix Media | Engaged journalism: What it is and how to do it

The media industry is increasingly looking to find ways to reach its audiences and it is this that has launched what is today referred to as engaged journalism – seeking to close the void between newsrooms and audiences. Read more about it here

WAN IFRA | Zimbabwe prioritises safety of journalists

Twenty journalists from four rival media houses recently underwent training on how to ensure their safety, digital security, and mental health ahead of the country’s national elections. Read the article here.

IJNET | This Nigerian media outlet uses satire to hold the government accountable

Learn about how investigative and fact-checking journalist Kunle Adebajo, founded the media outlet Punocracy in 2018, which uses satire and puns in its reporting of serious societal issues. Read the article here | Climate journalism can improve audience engagement and business models

What is the media’s responsibility in reporting on climate change? To move audiences to do their part, to inform them of the weight of the issue, and do it all without jeopardising journalistic credibility, according to this piece. Read the article here.

GIJN | Investigating digital threats: disinformation

Find out how to dig through mountains of information on the internet to get to the bottom of disinformation. This is a valuable guide for journalists. Read the article here

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