I used to earn a living by building up Twitter accounts, but these days, I seem to lose followers every time I tweet.
15 years ago, Paul Brandus helped launch MSNBC. Now, he makes his living by reporting in 140 characters or less.
News organizations and departments should look long and hard at their actual needs before opting for a CMS with out-sized complexity.
KDMC Alumnus Patrick Doyle wins the Knight-Risser Prize for Western Environmental Journalism.
KDMC Fellow Launches Online Tech Magazine.
Relying on iPhones and Facebook, the veteran photojournalist created a community so strong and dedicated that the U.S. military had him shut down.
QGIS is a great tool but it helps to be aware of a few workarounds.
iPhone 4S: Enough value to upgrade? Do you use your iPhone for mobile reporting? Here's my take.
How an ad that got almost no clicks taught us something about branding and exposure on the social network.
For shades Magazine and Oakland Local's Michelle Fitzhugh-Craig (Mar '11), utilizing digital media has been a process of providing voices to underserved communities.
Google+ may not "win" the war with Facebook, but its growth has been explosive, and the platform offers many features that will appeal to news organizations. Here's how you can start using it now.
Did your last 5 stories include great curated content?
"I believe that as journalism itself becomes more social, journalists will find themselves working in varied virtual communities that often overlap," said Murphy.
As a freelancer or independent journalist, how do you produce broadcast quality audio without the luxury of a quiet, professional studio?
Nominees produced work ranging from investigations on the price of fuel, earthquake safety and lifesaving drugs to a site focused on regional environmental issues.
What do you think is Steve Job's greatest legacy at Apple?
Learn how spreadsheets work, basic data-cleaning workflow and how to use formulas and functions to clean data.
Check out the reports on Children’s Fairyland, The Crucible, the Cultured Pickle Shop, The Jazzschool and Prescott Circus.
Our July Multimedia workshop featured two fantastic presentations, by Rob Curley of The Las Vegas Sun and Richard Koci-Hernandez of the UCB Graduate School of Journalism. Archived webcasts are now available.
Stanford visualization team drops development of Protovis, switches to D3.js.