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Helpful guidelines for news organizations By James Hohmann, El comité de éticas y valores de ASNE (American Society of News Editors) 2010-2011   This book is a complement to the book, “Ethical Guidelines for Online Journalism.” It includes rules and guides for the use of social media by journalists as well as ethical recommendations. Download […]

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The book, "Coverage of Drug Trafficking and Organized Crime in Latin America and the Caribbean," captures the intense and violent working climate journalists face on a day-to-day basis, one that spawns self-censorship and questions of how coverage can better inform the public. It is a result of a gathering of journalists, academics and experts at […]

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Report from the Seminar “Cross-border Coverage of U.S.–Mexico Drug Trafficking"   By Mónica Medel This report was compiled from the workshop "Cross-border Coverage of U.S.–Mexico Drug Trafficking" conducted March 26–27, 2010, by the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas and the McCormick Foundation. Download the book for free in English and Spanish: English Edition Edición en […]

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This book, published by the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas and the Open Society Foundations Media Program, was compiled from the discussions, proposals and presentations at the 7th Austin Forum on Journalism in the Americas, held at The University of Texas at Austin, Sept. 11–12, 2009. Download the book for free in English and Spanish:

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A nonprofit news roundtable By Christopher Sopher   Nonprofit news organizations, funders, and academics gathered in April 2010 for the roundtable discussion “Seeking Sustainability,” convened by the Knight Foundation and co-hosted by the Texas Tribune, Voice of San Diego, and the Knight Chair in Journalism at the University of Texas. This e-book summarizes those discussions. […]

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By Sandra Crucianelli   Sandra Crucianelli’s book, written in Spanish, is a practical manual geared toward helping journalists better understand how to use digital tools in their daily jobs. Download the book for free in Spanish and Portuguese:

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A basis for discussion and construction of style books for online newsrooms By Guillermo Franco   This book by Guillermo Franco presents practical examples about writing for online publications and was designed to stimulate discussions among Latin American and Caribbean journalists about writing for the web. Download the book for free in Spanish and Portuguese:

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A digital literacy guide for the information age Journalism 2.0 is a digital literacy guide for the information age. It was written by Mark Briggs as a practical manual, but it contains enough theoretical elements to serve as an introduction to digital journalism. English, Spanish, and Portuguese Editions

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This report summarizes a gathering of nearly 50 press freedom practitioners working in Latin America and the Caribbean who gathered in 2007 to discuss their work and consider possibilities for future collaboration. Download the book for free in English and Spanish:

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