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11/02/2012

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Internews is seeking a director for a program in the disputed or "transitional" area of Abyei [South Sudan/Sudan]

Program director-level opportunity in Southern Sudan/Sudan for an experienced broadcast professional, especially in remote, conflict-ridden environments, and a believer in the power of information to save lives. Internews: Local Voices. Global Change.

Internews is looking for a program director for Eye Radio [South Sudan]

Internews is looking for a dynamic, creative radio professional with a strong background in commercial radio to support the overall operation of Eye Radio 98.6 FM. This person will work closely with the Station Manager, Editor in Chief, and report to the Chief of Party.

New Opportunities by Region

Worldwide

NewsU at Poynter offers free legal guide for journalists [Worldwide]

Journalists interested in learning about legal aspects of newsgathering can attend this online training session.

Reynolds Center offers email course on financial reporting [Worldwide]

Journalists interested in better covering public companies’ financial performance can receive this free course in their inbox.

Life journey photography competition open [Worldwide]

Photographers worldwide can submit pictures of significant journeys in their lives.

Deadline: 11/15/2012

OAS offers human rights fellowship

Journalists interested in human rights can apply.

Deadline: 11/20/2012

Webinar to cover Google mapping tools [Worldwide]

Journalists worldwide who want to learn more about Google tools can attend.

Asia Pacific

BBC seeks journalist for Afghan team [Asia]

Journalists with experience editing print media can apply for this position in India.

Deadline: 12/03/2012

Thomson Reuters seeks interns [Asia, Europe]

Trainees will be placed in newsrooms in London and several cities across Asia.

Deadline: 03/31/2015

Europe

GQ seeks chief sub-editor

Experienced editors can apply for this position in London.

Contest open to Ukrainian journalists

Journalists at regional and federal Ukrainian media can participate.

Deadline: 11/24/2012

Reporting fellowship on geosciences available [Europe]

Journalists who report on earth, planetary and space sciences can apply to receive up to EUR5,000.

Deadline: 11/19/2014

Latin America

Documentary workshop invites Ibero-American projects

Residents of Ibero-American countries who have worked on at least one documentary can apply.

Deadline: 11/17/2012

International TV festival open [Brazil]

The festival will feature a competitive exhibition of TV pilots and free activities, including audiovisual workshops and panels on the challenges of broadcast journalism, virtual reality and measuring audience.

Deadline: 10/07/2015

US and Canada

The New York Times seeks digital platforms editor [US]

Experienced journalists can apply for a position in New York.

Monthly award for socially conscious journalism open [US]

Journalists can submit print, broadcast, online or photo entries that foster social and economic justice.

Deadline: 06/01/2013

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