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FUTURE OF MEDIA LITERACY
Media literacy has become a center of gravity for countering “fake news,” and a diverse array of stakeholders – from educators to legislators, philanthropists to technologists – have pushed significant resources toward media literacy programs. Media literacy, however, cannot be...
Following Facebook's changes, publishers can use these strategies to overcome the loss of traffic
James Breiner

Now that Facebook has made clear that it will not be promoting journalism to its users there are several tactics and strategies that publishers can take to replace what they have lost (and will lose) from Facebook's pivot away from news.

1. A tactic:...

2018: Credibility will be the new currency for journalism

James Breiner Bilingual consultant, teacher, trainer in digital journalism

Editor's note: an earlier version of this post had typeface issues; my apologies.

An organization I work with that promotes development of independent media in Latin America,...

In Two-thirds of the European Countries Less than Four Owners Hold 80 per cent of the Media

Experts, politicians, journalists, editors and media freedom organisations from all over Europe met on Tuesday, 30 January, 2018 in Madrid, to discuss media ownership concentration and media pluralism.

Designing Against Misinformation
By Jeff Smith, Product Designer, Grace Jackson, User Experience Researcher, and Seetha Raj, Content Strategist

Scrolling through News Feed, it can be hard to judge what stories are true or false. Should you trust everything that you see, even if it comes from someone whom...

Why is narrative such a difficult concept for young photographers to master?
Grant Scott, Senior Lecturer in Editorial and Advertising Photography at the University of Gloucestershire, the founder/curator of United Nations of Photography