Journalist Toolkit

Pitching a Story

How to pitch your story 1. Example – the most important W27s 2. Example – make a long story short 3. Bad Examples

Guidelines for professional election reporting

A journalist must show that he or she is trustworthy and that he or she can be fair and balanced when covering elections. This guide for professional election reporting was developed for journalists covering the Somalia elections 2016, but most of the tips and tricks for covering elections can be applied all over the world. […]

Broadcasters Development Toolkit

The broadcaster’s development kit includes 40 training modules for you to download and use. The modules contain trainings on Journalism, Media Strategy, Media Management and Ethics. Click on the link below to access  the kit. http://www.mediaideas.co.uk/projects/broadcasters-development-tool-kit/

The News Manual

The News Manual is a free online resource for journalists, would-be journalists, educators and people interested in the media. It has developed from the three-volume book ‘The News Manual’, which was published with the help of UNESCO as a practical guide to people entering the profession and to support mid-career journalists wanting to improve their […]

Media Helping Media

Media Helping Media has more than 100 free training modules which are available for anyone to download and use. Many have been translated and used in journalism training worldwide. Media Helping Media also offers a mentoring service to help media managers respond to the challenges and opportunities presented by changing audience behaviour and new digital […]

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