This chapter provides insights on migration journalism, and helpful resources and basic contexts to individual journalists and news organizations when reporting about international migration. Reporting about migration issues may have to employ zooming in and zooming out since these are the levels where the positive and negative consequences of international migration occur. Migration has never waned as an emotionally charged issue in host countries, as well as in home countries where family members endure separate lives while rearing their families. The chapter presents an understanding of the global content of migration-and-development issues. The reporter may have to understand the overall policy landscape of international migration in the country where the news group is found. Multilateral organisations have made available various statistics on international migration. One of the internet’s benefits is the abundance of data, including statistics. Government agencies in migrants’ home and host countries regularly or occasionally release migration-related statistics.