Resources

  • Media and Freedom of Expression in the Americas - English

    This manual intends to illustrate the most serious threats to freedom of expression and freedom of the press in Latin America, and it reviews international treaties that guarantee freedom of expression as a fundamental human right necessary for democracy. Some 350 journalists from more than 150 communities in Latin America participated in seminars and shared their individual experiences. Journalists working in major cities, as well as those from provinces and small towns where the media generally are more easily intimidated, discussed threats to freedom of expression and of the press, and...

  • Ten Practical Tips for Environmental Reporting - Vietnamese

    Ten Practical Tips for Environmental Reporting is the second in a series of instructional guides on specialized reporting techniques published by ICFJ. The tips are aimed mainly toward reporters. Those new to the environmental beat can use the booklet as a guidebook, while veterans may use it to rethink ways of building sources or following up on daily stories. Editors, the “gatekeepers” for what appears in print and broadcast, also can benefit from the tips by learning how to make environmental news clearer and more germane to the public.

  • Ten Practical Tips for Environmental Reporting - Portuguese

    Ten Practical Tips for Environmental Reporting is the second in a series of instructional guides on specialized reporting techniques published by ICFJ. The tips are aimed mainly toward reporters. Those new to the environmental beat can use the booklet as a guidebook, while veterans may use it to rethink ways of building sources or following up on daily stories. Editors, the “gatekeepers” for what appears in print and broadcast, also can benefit from the tips by learning how to make environmental news clearer and more germane to the public.

  • Ten Practical Tips for Environmental Reporting - English

    Ten Practical Tips for Environmental Reporting is the second in a series of instructional guides on specialized reporting techniques published by ICFJ. The tips are aimed mainly toward reporters. Those new to the environmental beat can use the booklet as a guidebook, while veterans may use it to rethink ways of building sources or following up on daily stories. Editors, the “gatekeepers” for what appears in print and broadcast, also can benefit from the tips by learning how to make environmental news clearer and more germane to the public.

  • Ten Practical Tips for Environmental Reporting - Arabic

    Ten Practical Tips for Environmental Reporting is the second in a series of instructional guides on specialized reporting techniques published by ICFJ. The tips are aimed mainly toward reporters. Those new to the environmental beat can use the booklet as a guidebook, while veterans may use it to rethink ways of building sources or following up on daily stories. Editors, the “gatekeepers” for what appears in print and broadcast, also can benefit from the tips by learning how to make environmental news clearer and more germane to the public.

  • Ten Practices for Economic and Financial Journalists in Countries with Developing Economies - French

    This manual, written by Paul Hemp, has been translated into seven languages and has been used in developing countries around the world since 1991 to form basic professionals in the area of financial journalism. The third edition contains clear and pragmatic work and has some light revisions that await the anxious evolution of the world-wide economy of the latter years.

  • Handbook for Television News Broadcasters - French

    News is about life. So it involves not only controversy but also stories about good news such as a particularly courageous person, or sad news about victims of a fire. In other words, there are as many different types of stories as we find in our daily lives. This Handbook may look like another textbook but it is not. It contains the ideas, values and tips of successful television and radio journalists. What is mentioned in these pages works in the newsroom and on the air.

  • Handbook for Television News Broadcasters

    News is about life. So it involves not only controversy but also stories about good news such as a particularly courageous person, or sad news about victims of a fire. In other words, there are as many different types of stories as we find in our daily lives. This Handbook may look like another textbook but it is not. It contains the ideas, values and tips of successful television and radio journalists. What is mentioned in these pages works in the newsroom and on the air.

  • 10 Steps to Investigative Reporting - Spanish

    It's especially hard for reporters living in emerging democracies and developing countries to do investigative reporting. Unlike countries with a strong foundation of democracies, journalists often times risk everything, including their lives to report on corruption and criminal activity.

  • 10 Steps to Investigative Reporting - Serbian

    It's especially hard for reporters living in emerging democracies and developing countries to do investigative reporting. Unlike countries with a strong foundation of democracies, journalists often times risk everything, including their lives to report on corruption and criminal activity.