Talking mobile journalism pitches with Shailesh Srivastava
April 19, 2022
IndiaSpend Hindi editor Shailesh Srivastava shares what he looks for in freelance pitches.
What it takes to be an environment editor, with Isabel Esterman
March 19, 2022
Mongabay Senior Editor Isabel Esterman talks about her experiences working in journalism.
Why media literacy is its own journalism vertical, with HR Venkatesh
March 3, 2022
We spoke to the creator of the Media Buddhi newsletter about his journey.
Why clichés aren't always a bad thing, with Julia Lima
February 17, 2022
We talked to designer Julia Lima about storytelling through animation and illustration.
Talking 'business of journalism' with Sneha Banerjee
January 31, 2022
Learning from different roles in the journalism space.
The pursuit of truth with Samarth Bansal
December 22, 2021
An independent reporter's reflection on the role and utility of journalism.
Talking data journalism and upskilling with Gurman Bhatia
December 11, 2021
"People don't remember numbers, people remember people," Gurman tells us.
AFP's Free Fact-checking Course with Gaëlle Faure
November 27, 2021
We speak to Gaëlle Faure about her work building the Agence France-Presse fact-checking course.
Tips for running a news desk with Rohini Chatterji
November 13, 2021
How to navigate algorithm changes and understand what the audience wants to know.
Bar & Bench's Aamir Khan on legal reporting
October 30, 2021
What does it take to be a legal reporter?
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Meet The MoJo Fellows
From October 2020 to September 2021, 63 journalists from India participated in the Mobile Journalism Fellowship supported by Internews. This program equipped journalists to cover multimedia stories with their phones.
Mobile Journalism Fellowship
Journalists have been breaking news and covering stories using their phones for years, and events like the lockdowns have increased the need for mobile journalism skills.