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Sierra Juarez

Sierra Juarez is an assistant editor at Texas Monthly, where she works primarily as a fact-checker. Before that, she worked as a freelance journalist in Mexico, covering politics and social issues. Her audio and written work has appeared in the Texas Tribune, KUT, and the Austin American-Statesman. She is based in Mexico City.

Recent Articles

Knight Center webinar convenes global experts to discuss COVID-19 vaccines coverage, science & distribution

“For the past year, journalists from around the world have found themselves covering the biggest story of their lifetime. A global immunization effort is now underway, and journalists are now challenged and given the opportunity to cover the multidimensional aspects of the vaccine."

Sesión apertura 13 Coloquio Iberoamericano Periodismo Digital

Transparency can change the business model in journalism, said Ignacio Escolar, founder of elDiario.es

Ignacio Escolar, director and founder of elDiario.es, opened the 13th Ibero-American Colloquium on Digital Journalism with a conversation with Rosental Alves, director and founder of the Knight Center.

ISOJ2020: Workshop: Seeking New Ideas to Fund Public Interest Media in the U.S. and Globally

Panel shares new ideas on how to fund public interest media globally

Public interest media is adapting to economic difficulties and creating innovative projects and business models in order to survive and flourish.

Sally Lehrman

News consumers are reporting highest level of trust in media in a decade. Here's how newsrooms should build on that

News organizations can take steps, like hiring a more diverse staff and being more transparent, to build trust between the newsroom and their audience.

Laura Garcia

Here's why journalists should be on TikTok

TikTok is a social media hotbed for communities, culture, creativity, and disinformation, making it an invaluable tool for journalists, said Laura Garcia, the training and support manager at First Draft. 

Journalists struggle with government science denialism as they report on COVID-19

As the coronavirus continues to devastate many parts of the world, journalists are grappling with the best way to cover the disease as information changes and amid a culture of science denialism. 

Michael Grant

Machine learning can help newsrooms find stories, advance their goals

Machine learning can help journalists enhance their workflow and find stories that may have been missed otherwise, said Google News Lab teaching fellow Michael Grant during a brunch workshop at ISOJ.

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Brunch workshop shows how Power BI can help journalists strengthen their data journalism skills

Journalists can create more engaging stories with the help of tools like Power BI, according to journalists at the International Symposium of Online Journalism’s workshop on data journalism. The workshop, titled “No-code data journalism: How to go beyond infographics and engage audiences,” was part of ISOJ’s online-only conference on July 20. Experts showed attendees how […]

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ISOJ launches its first ever online-only conference with more speakers, events than ever before

The International Symposium of Online Journalism officially kickstarted its 21st-year conference on July 20. The 2020 symposium is ISOJ's first online-only conference.

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ISOJ to be held online-only for first time in its 21-year history; Free registration open

the International Symposium on Online Journalism will be online-only for the first time in its 21-year history. Registration is now open.