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Mastering On-Camera Interviews

  • International Journalists‘ Network
  • Jaime Hellman

A great video interview can be the heart of a powerful story, whether it’s a short news package or a feature length documentary. But setting up an on-camera interview takes preparation, finesse and a little troubleshooting. Here is some practical advice to make sure your video interview engages your audience and has real impact.

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Journalism Needs Leaders Who Know How to Run a Business

  • NiemanReports
  • Laura Krantz McNeill

The news industry is entering a new era, and after so many failed attempts at transformation over the past two decades, we’re wrestling with the fundamental question of our time: What kind of business is journalism, and whom does it serve?

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Podcast: Frontier Myanmar, A Newsroom in Exile

  • BFM The Business Station
  • Sonny Swe

Press freedom in Myanmar hit rock bottom after the military coup in 2021. Sonny Swe now reports from northern Thailand, delivering insights to make sense of the country’s upheaval.

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How Exiled Journalists Hold the Powerful to Account

  • Nieman Reports
  • Celeste Katz Marston

Forced to flee: Amidst global threats to press freedom, journalists demonstrate resilience in eight cases. Building networks beyond borders, they persist in upholding journalism’s vital role. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consetetur sadipscing elitr, sed diam nonumy eirmod tempor invidunt ut labore et dolore magna aliquyam erat, sed diam voluptua. At vero eos et accusam et justo duo dolores.

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Exile Media: Fulcrums Between Confidence and Fear

  • ResearchGate
  • Christian Schwarzenegger, Gabriele Falböck

This text examines the case of the Austro American Tribune, a newspaper published in NYC in the 1940s, highlighting the role of such publications in articulating the struggles of political refugees.

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Tibetan Exile Media and Journalistic Authority

  • Sage Journals
  • Masashi Crete-Nishihata, Lokman Tsui

Examining strategies used by Tibetan journalists, the study explores how they establish journalistic authority while reporting on events authentically despite severe constraints to press freedom.

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10 Years of Syrian Independent Media

  • International Media Support (IMS)
  • Nynne Storm Refsing

During the past ten years, Syrian civil society and independent media bloomed into professional organisations that efficiently continue an inveterate fight for human rights and an open public debate between Syrians within and outside the country’s borders.

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Exiled Journalists as Active Agents of Change

  • ResearchGate
  • Nirmanusan Balasundaram

This research addresses the practices and principles of exiled journalists, examining their professional norms and motivations, focusing on the Journalists for Democracy in Sri Lanka.

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