What we can learn from journalists’ Twitter habits

Lessons learned from analyzing journalists on Twitter, Le Monde’s coverage of the French election and more in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the Center for International Media Assistance.

IJNet | March 24, 2017

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Journalists and bloggers with at least three years of experience can apply to visit the Falling Walls Lab and attend its conference in Berlin.

Scholarships for news literacy program available [Eurasia]

Journalists, scholars and students from Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and Central Asia can participate in this summer school in Poznań, Poland.

Course focuses on digital tools for journalists [Spain]

This two-day workshop in Madrid will explore online tools and resources that can improve the work of journalists.

Thomson Reuters organizes course on reporting sensitive stories [Pakistan]

Journalists who are fluent in Urdu, have conversational English and at least one year of experience can apply to attend this free training in Islamabad.

Thomson Reuters organizes course on reporting migration, trafficking [Balkans]

Journalists with at least one year of experience can apply to attend this free training in Belgrade, Serbia.

Contest recognizes LGBT reporting [US]

Print, broadcast and online journalists who covered LGBT issues can compete for an award from the National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association (NLGJA).


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