Mobile Journalism (Mojo)/Journalism 2.0 Web Links

Listed Alphabetically

Revisions 2.1 (April 10, 2013) 



10,000 Words

10,000 Words was created as a resource for journalists and web and technology enthusiasts to learn the tools that are shaping digital journalism. The site offers examples, resources, and tutorials of both new and established technologies used to enhance journalism. The name comes from the phrase "A picture is worth 1,000 words." If this is so then a multimedia or interactive story is worth 10,000 words (or more).


American Journalism Review

A national magazine that covers all aspects of print, television, radio and online media.


Digital Media Test Kitchen

A project hosted by the University of Colorado which seeks to help Journalism reinvent itself for the 21st Century


     Disruptive Tools & Apps Blog


Global Mojo

A blog by professor Stephen Quinn on Global Mo-bile Jo-urnalism


     eBook: MOJO- Mobile Journalism in the Asian Region



An incubator for innovative news experiments that use new technologies to help people actively engage in critical public issues. Its core mission is to improve public life by transforming journalism for today and re-inventing it for tomorrow.



     Your how-to site for community journalism


Journalists' Toolkit
A training site for online and multimedia journalists

Knight Foundation

This foundation is leading the charge in identifying and funding innovative new forms of journalism and community news.


Knight Citizen News Network

A self-help portal that guides both ordinary citizens and traditional journalists in launching and responsibly operating community news and information sites.


     Tools for Citizen Journalists    

     eBook- Journalism 2.0


     Freebies List


     Pulitzer Center’s Media on the Move training course


Knight Digital Media Center

The Knight Digital Media Center was launched in April 2006 to focus on helping journalists succeed in the rapidly changing media landscape of the 21st century.  The Knight Digital Media Center is a partnership of the Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles and the University of California at Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism. 


     Community News Leadership 3.0 Blog


     News for Digital Innovators Blog

     Tutorials on all things related to new media and journalism including multimedia storytelling, videography, audio production, etc.


     Video channel featuring recordings of full classes on new media and journalism which were given at U.C. Berkley


KnightNews Challenge        
A contest awarding as much as $5 million a year for innovative ideas that develop platforms, tools and services to inform and transform community news, conversations and information distribution and visualization.

     MediaShift Idea Lab
     Joint Knight Media/PBS community blogging site where winners of the Knight News Challenge blog about their projects

Online Journalism Review
From USC's Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism.  Focusing on the future of journalism

Poynter’s News University
One of the world's most innovative online journalism and media training programs. We are open to journalists, bloggers, freelance writers, journalism students. Anyone who wants to improve their journalism-based skills.”



Teaching Online Journalism
Blog on the subject by a journalism professor


Video Volunteers
Video Volunteers is an international media organization empowering the voices of the world’s unheard communities. Its mission is to empower the world’s poorest citizens to right the wrongs they witness by becoming players in the global media revolution.