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After Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rican journalists defy collapse of communications and personal losses to continue reporting

International and Puerto Rican media have set up shop in the Puerto Rico Convention Center, creating a de facto newsroom in the same building where officials give press conferences and citizens look for resources.

"It is more dangerous to investigate a murder than to commit one": Journalists confront grave violence in Mexico

“It’s been 17 years of this red accounting (cuenta roja) in which we have not stopped counting the number of journalists killed. There are 109, and a good part of them in the last two administrations,” said Daniela Pastrana, director of Mexican journalists organization Periodistas de a Pie. “But the counting began, paradoxically, with the start of the democratic transition. That is one of the things that I still cannot explain.”

'To make humor from anger': Satirical news reveals the absurd in Venezuelan politics

It’s hard to find any humor in Venezuela’s political crisis  — but not impossible.

Mexican journalist wins International Press Freedom Award from CPJ

Mexican journalist Patricia Mayorga, a correspondent for the magazine Proceso, was among the recipients of the 2017 International Press Freedom Award, presented Tuesday by the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ).

How to be heard above the noise: a guide for journalists launching a podcast

This article is part of the book, "Innovative Journalism in Latin America," published by the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas, with the help of Open Society Foundations' Program on Independent Journalism.

Protect your website and close the door to hackers: digital security advice for journalists

This article is part of the book, "Innovative Journalism in Latin America," published by the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas, with the help of Open Society Foundations' Program on Independent Journalism.

Practical guide for the production and distribution of online video for journalists

This article is part of the book, "Innovative Journalism in Latin America," published by the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas, with the help of Open Society Foundations' Program on Independent Journalism.

How media outlets and journalists can develop their audiences: advice for tracking and growing your metrics

This article is part of the book, "Innovative Journalism in Latin America," published by the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas, with the help of Open Society Foundations' Program on Independent Journalism.

How to create a data journalism team: practical tips for bringing programmers and journalists together

In the era of big data, journalism can benefit greatly from using information technology to reinvent methods for searching, analysis, and news coverage.

Venezuelans turn city buses into newsrooms in order to fight disinformation

“Good morning. This is the El Bus TV newscast, we’ve come to bring you these headlines.”