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Maybe you've read the final story, but have you ever wondered what the reporters did behind the scenes? We sit down with journalists from around the world to shine a light on the projects and initiatives they're involved with, new technologies and skills they may be utilizing, and challenges they’ve both confronted in the past, and continue to navigate today. Tune in to IJNotes, the premiere podcast from the International Journalists' Network (IJNet), a project of the International Center for Journalists.

Maybe you've read the final story, but have you ever wondered what the reporters did behind the scenes? We sit down with journalists from around the world to shine a light on the projects and initiatives they're involved with, new technologies and skills they may be utilizing, and challenges they’ve both confronted in the past, and continue to navigate today. Tune in to IJNotes, the premiere podcast from the International Journalists' Network (IJNet), a project of the International Center for Journalists.
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Maybe you've read the final story, but have you ever wondered what the reporters did behind the scenes? We sit down with journalists from around the world to shine a light on the projects and initiatives they're involved with, new technologies and skills they may be utilizing, and challenges they’ve both confronted in the past, and continue to navigate today. Tune in to IJNotes, the premiere podcast from the International Journalists' Network (IJNet), a project of the International Center for Journalists.

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@ijnet

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English

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202.737.3700


Episodes

Under threat: A conversation with Paolo Borrometi

11/25/2019
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Journalists are tasked with telling the truth, but sometimes it comes with a cost. Paolo Borrometi, a Sicilian investigative journalist, knows this cost all too well. When his reporting on the Italian mafia made him a target, he was forced to uproot his life. Years later, he still lives under 24/7 police protection, often confined to his own home. However, Borrometi is undeterred. He continues to report for his own news website, La Spia, and TV2000. He also serves as the president of...

Duration:00:21:26

Data driven: A conversation with Jacopo Ottaviani

10/29/2019
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On our first episode, we sat down with Jacopo Ottaviani, a Pan-African ICFJ Knight Fellow who works at Code for Africa as its Chief Data Officer, helping newsrooms on the continent create data desks and use data more efficiently in their reporting. Support the show

Duration:00:08:38

From print to digital: A conversation with Ruth Betz

10/29/2019
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We sat down with Ruth Betz, the head of digital transformation at Funke Mediengruppe, one of Germany’s largest newspaper and magazine publishers. Betz oversees the print to digital conversion of Funke Mediengruppe’s news outlets, working to ensure they adopt sustainable business models as they transform from print to digital-first publications. Support the show

Duration:00:13:25

Beyond the border: A conversation with Maya Srikrishnan

10/29/2019
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In episode three of IJNotes, we interview Maya Srikrishnan, an immigration reporter for Voice of San Diego. Srikrishnan is one of the International Center for Journalists 2019 Bringing Home the World Fellows. As part of the fellowship, she traveled to San Pedro Sula, Honduras on a reporting trip. In this episode, she shares the challenges, discoveries and lessons she learned covering the other side of immigration. Support the show

Duration:00:15:12