Here’s how reporters can cover violence without stigmatizing mental illness.
Here are four ways to rethink abortion coverage in a post-Roe era.
A Montclair State University reporting trip to New Orleans took an unexpected turn due to the pandemic.
There are more paid journalism internships and fellowships than in years past, but rents and relocation costs are still barriers to journalists of color.
A Montclair State University student reports on how a local businessman has revitalized New Orleans’ Lower Ninth Ward, an area famously devastated by Hurricane Katrina.
Here’s how a student journalist covered their fight.
When a story is about trans people, it’s important to say ‘trans people’ and speak to trans sources.
Watch NBCUniversal News Group Chairman Cesar Conde’s commencement speech for the Colin Powell School at City College of New York, one of NBCU Academy’s 30 academic partners.
The first NBC News reporter to report on George Floyd’s death reflects on his months covering Minnesota protests, the Chauvin trial and local police reform across the country.
Learn how NBC Asian America compiled a list of 100 solutions from AAPI communities and allies in response to racism and violence.
Learn about the making of “The Racism Virus,” NBC News NOW’s special about AAPI community reactions to rising hate crimes.
While the messaging app WeChat has become a “vehicle for mobilization” for Chinese Americans around the issue of affirmative action, it hosts dozens of channels spreading disinformation.
Stephanie Ruhle, host of MSNBC’s “11th Hour,” talks about how to be a successful finance and business reporter.
NBC Asian America reporter Kimmy Yam discusses her work, her writing process and shares tips on getting started in community reporting.
Increasingly realistic “deepfake” videos lead some to question if their usage is ethical.
Learn the basics of good storytelling with NBC News’ Joe Fryer.
Learn a CNBC editor’s tips about editing for broadcast news.
Learn how MSNBC’s Ali Velshi reports on Ukrainian refugees fleeing war.
Learn how NBC News’ Social Newsgathering team verifies user-generated content from Ukraine.
“You do get a lot of impostor syndrome, a lot of self-doubts. Build a network of not just friends and professors, but people who are going to support you.”
Experts say social media users should be prepared for more disinformation from Russian-backed media.
See how NBC News’ team in Kyiv is covering the Russia-Ukraine conflict.
NBC BLK Editorial Director Michelle Garcia says the media “need to think about how they cover people of color year round.”
“When mainstream media has long forgotten about this story, Asian America media will continue to tell it.”