IJNET | 4 sources every health journalist should use more often

The health beat and its importance have been thrown into the limelight in the past two years due to the global Covid-19 pandemic. Furthermore, journalists who never previously covered health news as a whole were now thrust into this specialised beat. This piece offers handy tips and sources to include in your reporting. Read the article here

Journalism.co.uk | Nine journalism podcasts to help you get through the pandemic

When it comes to podcasts, we are all spoilt for choice. But if you’re a media professional looking for more industry-related infotainment then this is a must-read for you. From data journalism to freelancing and conversations with black journalists, this will help you uncover even more that is out there in the world of journalism podcasts. Read the article here.  

Nieman Lab | How newsrooms are experimenting with Twitter Spaces 

Audio-based content seems to be taking centre stage as more news organisations move to audio platforms such as Twitter Spaces to engage more with their audience and to reach a wider audience. Read the article here.

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The Fix Media | Most news organisations are bad at this

Newsrooms may have made some advances in transformation and digital innovation, but in many other areas they are still lacking. Here’s a breakdown of some of the things that news organisations are still doing wrong. Read the article here.

Media Update | How journalists can keep their content relevant 

This article provides great tips on how to keep one’s content relevant in 2022. Read more here.



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