The recent Investigathon highlighted the need for open source tools to help journalists connect the dots among people, institutions and companies.
Journalists and film, video, sound and new media artists can apply for stipends of up to US$75,000 at Harvard University.
Journalists who have published work about Spanish culture can apply for the Paco Rabal prize.
The Institute of Financial and Economic Journalists will honor journalists who report on topics related to economics.
The JB Farifax Award gives students the opportunity to report on non-urban issues.
Journalists whose work focuses on environmental issues can compete for cash prizes.
Documentarians who have films in the rough cut or post-production stages can apply to participate in remote trainings via Skype and a workshop in New Delhi.
Documentarians can apply for a production grant of up to CAD40,000 and a development grant of up to CAD10,000.
We'll be wrapping up the call for your favorite data journalism resources shortly, so submit your go-to link in the discussion or with hashtag #globalddj and it could be featured in our upcoming post.
Demografic statistics, census data of Costa Rica and other countries of Central America: http://ccp.ucr.ac.cr
Foreing trade statistics: http://servicios.procomer.go.cr/estadisticas/inicio.aspx
Public contracts information: http://cgrw01.cgr.go.cr/apex/f?p=307:1:700196746645:::::
A good interview uncovers and extracts important and newsworthy information that has been missed by others.
A news startup covering the U.S. criminal justice system will “combine the best of the old and the new in journalism" to tell complex stories.
The World Editors Forum looked at how newsrooms can best take advantage of the medium.
The gap in salaries for public relations and journalism, a newspaper's success in South Africa, an online verification service, and more are found in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the Center for International Media Assistance.
In parliamentary reporting, providing context and analysis is essential.
What are the essential attitudes a journalist needs when going out to report a story?
Jurnid and NewsFixed aim to connect reporters with outlets interested in publishing their content.
A new Center for International Media Assistance (CIMA) report looks at the potential pitfalls of focusing a large portion of media training on digital media and innovation.
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