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4 reasons you should cover COP27, even if you’re not an environmental journalist

  The 27th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, better known as COP27, began in Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt,...

What is behind the big tech companies’ job cuts?

By Shiona McCallum Technology reporter The first sign of job cuts at Amazon came from LinkedIn posts from laid-off employees. Then, Amazon's devices boss, Dave Limp, announced:...

Twitter locks staff out of offices until next week

By James Clayton in San Francisco and Peter Hoskins in Singapore BBC News Twitter has told employees that the company's office buildings will be temporarily closed,...

Research Symposium on Media and Democracy

The Sri Lanka Press Institute (SLPI) in collaboration with The Asia Foundation hosted the inaugural Research Symposium on Media and Democracy with the participation...

A new wave of radio station closures threatens journalism in Venezuela

In recent decades, Venezuela has been subjected to a dismantling of its media ecosystem. The weakening of the conditions for the practice of journalism,...

Gauging the impact of your journalism

2022-11-16. How do you know if your newsroom’s work is effective and has real social value? The Quint CEO and World Editors Forum Board...

Impose climate tax on fossil fuel giants, media groups urge

Image: Activists outside Cop27 in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, calling for climate justice. Photograph: Sean Gallup/Getty Images The Guardian and dozens of international media titles publish a...

Google to pay record $391m privacy settlement

Google will pay $391.5m (£330m) to settle allegations about how it collects data from users. The technology giant tracked the location of users who opted...

Byjus, Meta, Twitter: India tech workers fight back amid mass layoffs

By Cherylann Mollan BBC News, Mumbai Thousands of young Indians are suddenly staring at an uncertain future as technology companies and start-ups announce mass layoffs due...

How AI can help analyze women’s representation in the news

From automating content production to assisting fact-checking efforts, artificial intelligence (AI) has become more widely used in journalism in recent years. The opportunities that...

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