Ntibinyane who just returned from a research project which included mobile journalism from Oxford said, news as we know them are increasingly under threat from technological advancement especially with the advent of smartphones
Social media face the challenge of credibility with the advent of fake news, said Sally Evans – Digital coordinator/Investigator-amaBhungane on a one day training workshop for various local journalists in Gaborone.
The news circle is changing as mobile journalism takes center stage, says INK journalist, Ntibinyane Ntibinyane during a two-day training workshop organized for local journalists.
INK Center held a half day training workshop today, targeted at junior reporters and final year university students with interest in investigative journalism.
After three months of intense investigative journalism fellowship in South Africa, INK’s Kago Komane returned this week with plans to impart her skills on young local journalists.
Bhekesisa health editor has advised local journalists to find interesting angles when reporting on health issues to draw audience attention.
INK Centre was among a few African media organisations to participate at the annual International Journalism Festival (IJF) in Perugia, Italy. The conference attracts an audience of 1200 including 700 speakers from over 50 countries. INK journalists, Ntibiynane Ntibinyane and Joel Konopo participated at the five – day festival in line with the Centre’s mandate […]
INK Centre for Investigative Journalism in partnership with PEPFAR under the US government hosted a three-day HIV/AIDS reporting workshop at Big Five Lodge in Mogoditshane in November 2017. Bhekesisa Centre for Health Reporting editor Laura Lopez Gonzalez drilled reporters on reporting HIV/AIDS.
The media should abide by ethics and remain accountable to the public in the face of changing media landscape, top veteran journalists said last week.
“News as we know them are increasingly under threat from technological advancement, especially with the advent of smartphones”, said Timothy Large-former Director of Journalism and Media Programmes at the Thomson Reuters Foundation observed last week as he coached 13 online journalists on digital media in Gaborone.