Megha Rajagopalan: What I’ve Learned About Investigative Journalism

Megha Rajagopalan has reported from over 23 countries in Asia and the Middle East, on stories ranging from the North Korean nuclear crisis to the peace process in Afghanistan. Her team’s investigation into prison camps in Xinjiang, China won a Pulitzer Prize. In this podcast, she discusses how she got into investigative journalism and gives her tips for speaking to vulnerable sources.

GIJC21 Video Series - Key Issues

Video Resources for Health, Women, Podcasts, & Indigenous Issues

To share best practices and other lessons learned from our most recent global conference, GIJC21, we are releasing a series of videos from the event’s many seminars, panels, and workshops. This latest installment focuses on key issues like health and medicine, women’s leadership, investigative podcasts, and Indigenous reporting.

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Data Journalism Top 10: Pandora Papers, Data Podcasts, and COVID-19 in Scottish Care Homes

Tracking the most popular data journalism stories on Twitter from September 27 to October 3, we found a series of articles based on discoveries from the Pandora Papers offshore leak. In this edition, we also feature reporting on the damage caused by the eruption of the volcano on La Palma, data journalism podcasts, and a roundup of the German election results.

Algunos consejos para lanzar tu propio podcast

Aunque es un mercado difícil, todavía hay espacio para nuevos creadores. Si estás pensando en iniciar tu propio podcast pero no sabes por dónde empezar, a continuación encontrarás algunos consejos para principiantes.