5 Reasons for Journalists to Explore MuckRack.com

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MuckRack.com, initially a Twitter tool and now a tool for many top social media sites, can be a valuable resource for writers who are looking for sources, want to know the news a day before it is reported, and those…

2011 Headlines in Review, Part 1

During 2011, consumers increasingly turned to tablets and social media for the news. Journalists covered heated political activity in our backyards and around the world. News organizations struggled to monetize online content with paywalls, mobile content, and more. Since this…

Richard Koci Hernandez on Multimedia Journalism

Richard Koci Hernandez, professor at UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism

Richard Koci Hernandez, an Emmy Award-winning producer, worked as a photographer for San Jose Mercury News for 15 years. Now, you can find him at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism. His work has appeared in Time, The New…

More than Words: The Basics of Creating Infographics

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Chances are, you’ve Stumbled Upon or Dugg an infographic at least once or twice: These visually compelling graphic representations of data are prime linkbait when it comes to online content.
For instance, an infographic created by design firm InfoGlyphs called…

How to Write for Mobile Apps

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Newspapers and magazines alike are cutting back on freelance budgets, but the world of mobile apps is growing at a steady rate: Nearly one in every four American adults uses mobile apps, and there are more than 300,000 apps to…

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