This month we feature digital journalist Leigh Cuen, a co-organizer of the only peer-led group for Israeli, Palestinian and international journalists in the Middle East.
Journalists around the world can submit their entries for best international feature/news story on information security.
Professional documentarians can apply for a production grant of up to CAD40,000 and a development grant of up to CAD10,000.
The International Center for Journalists, in partnership with the United Nations Foundation, will select 10 journalists to attend briefings with climate change experts and journalists in New York.
Women print journalists ages 25 to 40 can apply for INR100,000 in funding.
The two-day training will help alternative media producers better understand the oil, gas and mining industries.
The Bastiat Prize for Journalism offers US$10,000 for an outstanding work on the importance of freedom.
This five-day, advanced-level program will explore techniques for conducting investigative reporting.
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.
Bank of Namibia (www.bon.com.na); Namibia Statistics Agency (www.nsa.org.na); Institute for Policy Research Unit in Namibia (www.ippr.com.na)
Bertrand Pecquerie, Global Editors Network CEO, shares the most important takeaways from the recent 2014 Global Editors Network Summit in Barcelona.
The more planning you put into producing a radio news package, the better the finished piece is likely to be. Here's a detailed list of steps to follow.
A new data-driven journalism platform launched today to expose environmental threats to South America’s Gran Chaco region, which suffers from the world’s highest deforestation rate.
Whether you're trying to put the latest escalation of the Israeli-Palestinian violence in context for your audience or trying to stay informed yourself, here are social media accounts and websites to check out.
Truth and the Russian media, a hackathon at MIT and more are found in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the Center for International Media Assistance.
A noted tech blogger talks about how the future of journalism is inevitably connected to the future of technology.
Recent updates to the tool make it more mobile- and MP3-friendly.
Sixteen winners of the Knight Prototype Fund are set to receive US$35,000 to help bring their ideas closer to fruition.
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