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4 free digital tools for newsrooms

Pushing for more innovative storytelling can be challenging for newsrooms, especially when there isn’t enough time or resources. However, there are plenty of free digital tools that can help journalists introduce data visualizations and other, more creative ways of telling stories. ICFJ Google Fellow Irshad Daftari and IndiaSpend Edit Assistant ...

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Facebook out to read minds

At least, when it comes to what you’d like to say or type. The social network giant, at its annual developers conference, unveiled on Wednesday projects aimed at allowing users to use their minds to type messages or their skin to hear words. “Speech is essentially a compression algorithm, and ...

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UNESCO publishes report on protecting journalism sources for World Press Freedom Day

Investigative journalists rely on whistleblowers and confidential sources a great deal when seeking to expose corruption and abuses of power. But in the digital age, what legal safeguards exist to protect the privacy of journalists and their sources? How can we prevent these frameworks from deteriorating as press freedom declines ...

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Fact-Checking Day empowers journalists

Much has been written about the current fake news and misinformation crisis — but what can be done to empower journalists and citizens alike to fact-check what they see online? News organizations, journalism schools and more celebrated International Fact-Checking Day across the world yesterday to raise awareness of fact-checking efforts ...

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When should photojournalists intervene while reporting breaking news?

Is it a journalist’s responsibility to intervene in an unjust situation, or are they limited to acting as witnesses? Kevin Carter, Greg Marinovich, Sara Naomi Lewkowicz and R. Umar Abbasi are among the many photojournalists who have been accused of not having stepped in to help their subjects. In cases ...

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Firas Nuseir Heading JORTV

The Jordanian Ministry Cabinet took the decision to appoint Firas Nuseir as a director for radio and television corporation. On this occasion, Chief Executive Officer of Daem for Media forward warmest congratulations and blessing Bouquets for colleague Firas Nuseir.

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Rethinking women Journalists

To raise collective awareness amongst youth active in the media and in the long run, through subsequent distance mentoring programs, to continually educate mediamakers in the Middle East on the importance of empowering women, the menac in cooperation with Daem for Media organized a workshop in Amman in August 2016. ...

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Election Media Coverage Panel

Daem For Media held a meeting with social media activists and media outlets representatives regarding covering the parliament election 2016.

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Inclusive Media – Call for participants

  “Inclusive Media: Rethinking Journalism Conditions for Women Across the Middle East” is a five-day training for 20 female journalists from Europe, North Africa and the Middle East, hosted in Amman, Jordan. The training takes place from August 1- 5 2016 (arrival on 31st July, departure on 6th August). “Inclusive ...

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Rawwash Participated in CCP workshop in Stuttgart

  Rama Rawwash the CEO Deputy of Daem for media has participated in the project workshop CrossCulture Plus (CCP Plus) which took place in Stuttgart and organized by ifa (Institute for Foreign Cultural Relations). Participation in the 3 days workshop was to present the activities of the next training which ...

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