Tips on Drone Journalism by Raffy Tima, a senior news producer and news anchor with GMA Network Manila, Philippines, as presented during GIJC17.
4 Tips for Better Drone Journalism Stories, by Irene Wangui for the International Journalism Network.
Drone Journalism Manual from the Drone Journalism Lab at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s College of Journalism and Mass Communications.
Experts offer insights into drone innovation An article by Sherry Ricchiardi for the International Journalism Network covers a lot of territory and gives examples, such as a four-part series on the world’s biggest slums called “Unequal Scenes.”
Observations on how we teach drone journalism, by Judd Slivka, Missouri School of Journalism’s first director of aerial journalism.
The Engine Room, a US-based international NGO, offers a resource called Do-It-Yourself aerial photography.
How drones are changing journalism – media technologist Ben Kreimer on storytelling from the air, an interview with one of the speakers at Digital Innovators’ Summit 2016 in Berlin.
What You Need to Know About Drones in J-Schools, according to Kathleen Bartzen Culver, the James E. Burgess Chair in Journalism Ethics in the School of Journalism & Mass Communication at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Drones in Media Bring New Perspectives, Ethical Issues, by Sarah Hartley, an editor and co-founder at Contributoria.com.
World of Drones, a resource by the US group New America, includes a primer and information on international drone regulations.
Investigating with Drones, Stone Tablets, and LinkedIn by Sheila Coronel, Dean of Academic Affairs at Columbia Journalism School.
Democratizing the Sky: Drones in Visual Journalism, a conversation with New York Times staff photographer Josh Haner, an early adopter of drone photography. And here Haner discusses drones he’s using and safety: Taking Visual Journalism Into the Sky With Drones.
Five lessons learned about the drone part of drone journalism Flying lessons from the Missouri Drone Journalism Program, including “wind is variable.”
Bard College in the US has a website for its Center for the Study of the Drone that among other things keeps up on drone-related litigation.