By Dominik Speck (Erich Brost Institute for International Journalism) Becoming a foreign correspondent still appeals to many beginners in the field. Yet, reporting foreign affairs has changed dramatically in recent years. While both the contents and structures of foreign reporting… Continue Reading →
Join us on the 22-23rd of September in Budapest, Hungary, at the Display.Voices conference to kick-start a ground-breaking media platform anchored in public values – built by independent, not-for-profit media organizations. The two-day program features reflections on the current media… Continue Reading →
ZEIT ONLINE is launching a global dialogue experiment: on June 25, “The World Talks” will bring people from all over the world together for cross-border one-on-one conversations to discuss topics such as climate change or equality. An algorithm will form… Continue Reading →
BERLIN, Oct. 26, 2022 – Unbias the News, a global, cross-border newsroom, has launched a significant cross-border climate journalism project titled The Sinking Cities. Through this investigation, we have aimed to answer a pressing question: how are coastal cities worldwide… Continue Reading →
Discussing shrinking civic space, new media and democracy “What is our job – just to be a witness to the end of the world? Or to rethink the way in which we live our lives, and probably somewhere, build a… Continue Reading →
By Zahra Salah Uddin Earlier this month, the Hostwriter/Unbias the News team took a much-awaited trip to Perugia, Italy for this year’s International Journalism Festival. What’s normally an annual occurrence took place this year after a break of two years… Continue Reading →
Holy cow, it’s been a ride. From founding Hostwriter as a collaboration network in 2013 to launching our own feminist cross-border newsroom Unbias the News this year. I couldn’t be more proud of what we have achieved as a team! And it’s exactly at this moment that I’m excited to share some personal news with you.