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04/16/2012

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New multimedia summer program at the Knight Digital Media Center at University of California, Berkeley

The Knight Digital Media Center (KDMC) at the University of California, Berkeley is pleased to announce a new program for multinational journalists interested in rapidly re-tooling for the digital media marketplace.

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Worldwide

Free webinar for freelancers on dealing with editors [Worldwide]

Ebyline presents a free webinar on building and maintaining strong journalist-editor relationships.

Multimedia journalism training offered [Worldwide]

Journalists and communications professionals with competent computer skills and experience in print, television, radio or online media are eligible.

News photography contest open [Worldwide]

Amateur and professional photographers can participate in a contest for news photos.

Deadline: 05/15/2012

Knight-Mozilla OpenNews Fellowship open [Worldwide]

The fellowship offers developers and technologists US$60,000 to spend 10 months embedded in top newsrooms around the world.

Deadline: 08/21/2015

Asia Pacific

BBC seeks business correspondent [Worldwide]

BBC News seeks a chief business correspondent to increase international business coverage, particularly in Asia and other emerging economies.

Free webinars for journalists covering US political conventions

The National Press Foundation offers a two-part webinar on covering the 2012 U.S. political conventions.

Deadline: 05/31/2012

University of Hong Kong seeks journalism professors

The Journalism and Media Studies Centre seeks professors with a background in international news or academic experience teaching at the undergraduate and graduate level.

Deadline: 05/31/2012

Europe

Free seminar on rural development held for Croatian journalists

Croatian journalists from print, broadcast or online media can apply for a fully funded seminar in Poland.

Investigative reporting grants open [Eastern Europe]

Investigative reporters in Eastern Europe can apply for grants.

Deadline: 05/01/2012

Middle East

BBC Arabic seeks multimedia reporter [Sudan]

BBC Arabic is looking for a multimedia reporter to be based in Khartoum, Sudan for 12 months.

Deadline: 04/23/2012

US and Canada

Society of Professional Journalists seeks interns to cover conference

U.S. journalism students can apply to cover the Excellence in Journalism 2012 conference, a three-day program in Florida.

New York Times seeks social media producers

The New York Times seeks three social media producers.

Google offers journalism fellowships [US]

Undergraduate and graduate students interested in using technology to tell stories can apply for a 10-week summer program.

Deadline: 01/15/2018

CNN seeks documentary director

CNN seeks a director for its documentary unit based in Atlanta, Georgia.

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