With advent of Twitter’s Periscope, social live-streaming is a trend worth watching

Live-streaming apps aren't new to mobile, but there is a new innovation happening in the real-time video arena that could prove extremely useful to journalists. 

Natasha Tynes | March 27, 2015

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Digital summit calls for projects [Worldwide]

The Digital Participation Camp will gather digital innovators in Münster, Germany, to work on social change through the use of digital media.

Yale launches narrative journalism program [US]

Journalists interested in storytelling can apply for this summer program in New Haven, Connecticut.

Investigative reporting seminar open [Philippines]

The Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism (PCIJ) will present a free seminar in four cities.

National Press Foundation offers health fellowships [US]

This four-day program will educate journalists on the latest research on individualized medicine, human genome mapping, government regulation, economic growth potential and privacy concerns.

Deadline approaching: environmental reporting fellowship [US]

Early-career journalists who want to report about the environment across media platforms can apply for a six-month fellowship at Grist in Seattle, Washington.

Future Oceans Story Grants open [Worldwide]

The Earth Journalism Network is commissioning stories that explore disruptive innovations likely to affect marine conservation.


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This online course turns reporters into artists. Instead of peddling information, you will learn to craft well researched stories with impact using formats that take audiences on remarkable journeys of discovery and insight. The deadline to apply is March 27.

Based at Boston University, NECIR’s Investigative Journalism Certificate Program is aimed at recent graduates and working journalists who are interested in pursuing a career in investigative journalism.

Journalism professors from historically black colleges and universities or schools with large Latino student bodies can get first-hand exposure to technology in today's newsrooms. Apply by April 20.

Join a select group of Pakistani journalists in an online seminar covering the practical aspects of digital journalism and its influence on freedom of expression.

Journalists – both experienced and at the start of their careers – are invited to apply for the International Journalism MA at City University London. Places are available starting in September 2015.

U.S.-based minority journalists selected for ICFJ's Bringing Home the World: International Reporting Fellowship Program for Minority Journalists can travel to a country of their choice to cover compelling yet under-reported stories. Apply by March 31, 2015.

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