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How journalists can avoid being manipulated by trolls seeking to spread disinformation

In a panel at the International Symposium on Online Journalism, researcher Joan Donovan shared four "source-hacking" techniques that trolls use to trick the media into publishing false information.

Patrick Butler | April 23, 2018

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UN video competition open [Worldwide]

Filmmakers ages 25 and younger are invited to submit films on migration, diversity and social inclusion to the PLURAL+ Youth Video Festival.

Contest for economics reporting seeks entries [Brazil]

Print and online journalists and photojournalists can apply for the Case New Holland prize.

Journalism conference offers scholarships [US]

The Society of Professional Journalists grants scholarships for minority, professional and student journalists to attend its annual conference Sept. 27 to 29 in Baltimore.

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Journalists and photographers are invited to submit their works on science, technology and innovation.

Scholarships available for training on the coverage of violence, poverty, inequality [Latin America]

Cosecha Roja and Open Society Foundations will select 20 journalists for a four-month online training.

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Journalists interested in investigating Africa-China relations can submit a proposal to the Africa-China Reporting Project at Wits Journalism.

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