There has been a massive development with news gathering in journalism and is actually changing the way that we not only collect information but also present it as journalists.
Pieter Hugo took photographs of the perpetrators and victims who had reconciled with each other after the genocide that happened in southern Rwanda 20 years ago.
The Telegraph is now trying to attract a younger demographic on Snapchat, using brighter colours is just one way in which they do this.
Millwall lost 3-1 to Reading on Saturday, Coach Neil Harris looks on the bright side of this defeat. Looking at all the positives that can be taken from the game.
There are many editorial issues than can come about when using analytics in the newsroom as well as the increasing need for instant updates on news stories.
We have all done it, turned away someone on the streets when they have asked for some change. A stall in Borough Market aims to help the homeless by selling coffee.
Filter bubbles and echo chambers are an every growing aspect in the news.
The profile of Nadia Murad in the Guardian, highlights her undeniable courage as she escaped from her last captor.
Digital developments has changed the way we consume news dramatically in recent years.