Five new strategies for digital storytelling in Africa

How to make the most of the growth in publicly available data, ideas for getting wider reach on social media and more strategies for digital storytelling from the recent African Story Challenge boot camp.

Patrick Butler and Kendall McCabe | September 29, 2014

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Fellowships for journalism professors available [US]

The Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism is organizing a seminar in Phoenix, Arizona, on how to teach an undergraduate course in business journalism.

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Journalists ages 20 to 30 can apply for free training in St. Petersburg.


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