Panel on racial and ethnic diversity in journalism discussed topics such as representation and coverage of racial issues in Latin America.
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Knight Center stepped up its online learning efforts and adapted its other programming to respond to journalists’ changing needs. In the beginning of the pandemic, we offered a multilingual MOOC on covering COVID-19 to thousands of journalists from around the world, and during 2020 we expanded our […]
Microsoft and the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas are teaming up to announce a $10,000 data journalism training opportunity for a Latin America newsroom.
In his opening remarks of the briefing, the WHO’s director general highlighted the efforts of the Knight Center in educating journalists across the globe about how to improve the coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Colloquium was held on Zoom, with live streaming also on the Knight Center channel on YouTube. Attendance and participation for the Colloquium broke records.
Over the past year, the Knight Center has served thousands of journalists from around the world through a mix of online courses, events, publications, and news coverage.
The Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas has joined forces with the Membership Puzzle Project to release the report “Membership in News & Beyond: What Media Can Learn from Other Member-Driven Movements” April 12 at the International Symposium on Online Journalism (ISOJ).
Learning how to verify content from online sources is more important each day, especially as the amount of false content on the internet grows.
As we look back on 2018, we’re reminded of how many journalists are seeking opportunities to acquire new skills, share best practices, and network with colleagues online and in person.
The Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas is celebrating the 6th anniversary of its program of massive online courses in journalism that has an unparalleled reach around the world.