JSK Fellows spend their year exploring and testing ideas for responding to challenges facing journalism.
A guide for journalists on how to use social media for newsgathering.
Creating immersive experiences that help users feel more engaged with important scientific issues.
Using data journalism on the culture beat.
It’s time for journalists to produce content specifically for messaging platforms.
EPANow: A pilot effort to help underserved communities develop their own news services.
A plan to convene key stakeholders to discuss obstacles and opportunities.
Creating data-driven interactive maps to help people learn how and where their clothing is made.
Creating software that helps editors and freelancers more easily connect.
Providing citizens with information that is timely, beautifully designed and useful.
Increasing diversity, engagement, conversation and relevancy in Brazil’s mainstream news.
Visual training materials are quickly understood and more easily remembered.
It’s time for news organizations to give mobile audiences a better video viewing experience.
Control how and when the news is delivered to you, all through the sound of your voice.
An online space, in Spanish, for learning how to tell, produce and share audio stories.
Can the same techniques that made apps like Tinder and Candy Crush runaway successes be used to reshape how we tackle investigative reporting?
Lessons for public media newsrooms seeking to better engage and represent diverse audiences.
Building a network that will bring more women into technology in newsrooms.
Creating a space for student journalists to connect and create global stories.
Improving science reporting in China by helping journalists and scientists communicate.
Newspapers need to do better at serving readers and advertisers on mobile devices.
Can short crowdsourcing tasks on mobile devices help not just find news and understand data, but engage an audience in a new, more engaging form of storytelling?