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Voice assistants are being forced on us at every opportunity, and news organisations are scrambling to take advantage. But is voice just shifting social media's problems onto a new platform?
Snapchat and Semtex might sound like something of an oxymoron. However, as the bombs and mortars continue to rain down in the battle for Mosul, journalists covering the conflict are taking to social media to document the final days of...
Donald Trump visited the New York Times at its Manhattan office on Tuesday. The on-the-record meeting was highly anticipated and publicised after the president-elect cancelled the meeting via Twitter — but, allegedly, not in person — earlier that day. The...
Since Alan Rusbridger announced on Twitter that he will be stepping down as The Guardian's editor-in-chief, speculation about his replacement has been rife. The search for its new editor has been going on for about a month. Will step down...
Snapchat has launched its Discover platform - a new way to present stories to target its young, casual audience. Mail Online, Vice and Yahoo! News are just some of the nine media organisations partnering up with Snapchat in this venture to tell stories...
There appears to be a real appetite for new tools which attempt to make life easier for data journalists. Ranging from the advanced, like the powerful software for cleaning messy data Open Refine, to the simple interactive chart-maker Datawrapper, a...
Welcome to the first Interhacktives podcast, where Zachary Boren and Daniele Palumbo argue over whether Facebook made a good move by purchasing Whatsapp, the free messaging service now used by 450m people worldwide. [soundcloud url="https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/137857903" params="color=ff5500&auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_artwork=true" width="100%" height="166" iframe="true" /] This...
Anthony Organ says data journalists must combine traditional skills with the numbers...