This is what it’s like being a female photojournalist in India.

We spoke to several Indian journalists to understand what it’s like working as a female visual journalist in India today, how they overcome the limitations of working in a society that still retains a strong gender bias, and what advice they’d give to young women who’d like to work in India someday.

The State of Video Now

This past Monday, April 14, the Columbia Journalism School hosted a panel on the State of Video. This was the culminating event for a report called “Video Now: The Forms, Cost, and Effect of Video Journalism,” sponsored by the Tow Center for Digital Journalism and the Knight Foundation and produced by Duy Linh Tu, Professor and Head of Digital Media at the Journalism School. (more…)

Ergonomics for Video Editing

Video editors have to sit at a computer for long hours each day. Here we elaborate on some tips for setting up your work station in a way that will help you take better care of your body while you edit.

“A little of effort of yours, it can change the lives of people.”

AP Photographer Altaf Qadri, who won a 2013 World Press Honorable Mention for his story, "School for Less Fortunate," talks about what it's like working for a wire service.

Covering Sensitive Populations: Victims of Abuse & Violence

Sexual abuse, child abuse and domestic violence are some of the hardest topics to tackle as a journalist. Here we highlight some best practices to help you cover this sensitive population. This post is part four of our Covering Sensitive Populations series, where we help dissect the intricacies of working with subjects that may be made vulnerable to media attention.

COVERING Sensitive Populations: People with Mental Disorders

We illustrate some best practices for journalists covering the widely underreported topic of mental health and illness. This post is part three of our Covering Sensitive Populations series, where we help dissect the intricacies of working with subjects that may be made vulnerable to media attention.