Mobile

Nov 42011

New Mashable Platform to Showcase Content From the International Journalists’ Network

The International Journalists’ Network (IJNet) will reach more users than ever through a new venture with Mashable, a leading source for digital news and culture. IJNet is a launch partner in the new Mashable Publisher Platform, which will bring the best content from select publishers directly to Mashable’s community.

Oct 312011

AT&T-Funded Course To Empower Brazilian Journalists

The International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) is now receiving applications for a new AT&T-funded online course on public service journalism. The course will teach 40 Brazilian journalists how to use digital tools to produce multimedia projects on critical public interest issues affecting impoverished communities.

The five-week online course called “Digital Tools for Effective Public Service Journalism” is scheduled to start February 27, 2012.

Oct 202011

New Mobile Service Offers Global Media Trends and Training

The International Journalists’ Network (IJNet), the leading website on global media trends and journalism training opportunities, has launched a mobile service. To access it, simply visit IJNet.org from your mobile phone.

India: World Media Academy

Students at the World Media Academy learn both the basic skills of journalism and the technical multimedia skills they will need to do their jobs in the future.

Sep 282011

Mobile News Service Empowers India’s Most Isolated Citizens

In the remote regions of India, demand is growing for access to Shu Choudhary’s cell phone network -- which allows citizens to send and receive news reports in their own language for the very first time.

Sep 282011

Mobile News Service Empowers India’s Most Isolated Citizens

In the remote regions of India, demand is growing for access to Shu Choudhary’s cell phone network -- which allows citizens to send and receive news reports in their own language for the very first time.

Knight International Journalism Fellow Shubranshu Choudhary teaches villagers the basics of assembling news reports.

Knight International Journalism Fellow Shubranshu Choudhary teaches villagers the basics of assembling news reports.

Knight Fellow Shubhranshu Choudhary has developed an innovative mobile-phone project that allows tribal citizens in India to create and access news about their communities for the first time.

Knight Fellow Ayman Salah is connecting journalists in the Middle East with tech experts. Together they will find ways to deliver quality news using the latest digital know-how in a freer media environment.

Radio is the most popular source of news in post-conflict Liberia, but stations are struggling. Knight Fellow Luisa Handem Piette is developing business models that will lead to profitability.