Al Jazeera Journalism Review
THE LONG READ: From proving the existence of a seven-year-old girl in Syria to fact-checking locations of aerial bombings, how do you verify ‘open-source’ information in a war zone?
Who or what are driving news and discussions about COVID-19 on social media? It all depends on where you are in the world.
REPORTER'S NOTEBOOK: What it’s like to host a radio show in the Dadaab refugee camp, situated in one of the world’s most overlooked regions, during a global pandemic.
How to protect yourself following the news that sophisticated spyware has been used to hack the smartphones of journalists, activists and politicians around the world.
The coronavirus pandemic has not only accelerated the growth of digital transformation, but it has also brought profound transformations in the journalism field, especially awareness over the importance of data journalism. The role of data journalists in interpreting and mediating between public and scholars has posed the old and new question: Was the Arab journalism up to this challenge?
The horrific scenes became more accessible than ever before.
Digital media might be the answer to a question gripping the journalism industry: Slow or instant journalism?
State control over media can lead to public distrust in state institutions and a particular vulnerability to disinformation.