Journalists get help to discover and verify eyewitnesses on social media
Opel created a unique advertisement for the Ampera using a power strip that when used, began to talk.
Traditional print media output has decreased 17% over the past five years.
Newspaper staff from the Winnipeg Free Press in Canada are situated in a branded cafe that is open to the public.
PSFK PurpleList experts give their favorite news and information sources and why.
New York Times article looks at the work of Narrative Science, a company that turns data into editorial content.
Facebook and Twitter give journalists a list of rules that show how to best use their respective social media outlets in their reporting.
Local and international journalists respond to Israel's immanent threat.
The Press Complaints Commission (PCC) is to begin a consultation which could result in it regulating journalists' and newspapers' Twitter feeds.
A news outlet in Czech Republic has opened a chain of newscafes, which act as traditional cafes as well as newsrooms for local journalists.