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Deadline extended: viral fact-checking contest seeks submissions [Worldwide]
Journalists and others are invited to submit creative solutions that turn fact-checking into engaging, visual and interactive stories for a chance to win up to US$10,000.
Contest for investigative business journalism open [US]
Print and online journalists can compete for the 2017 Barlett & Steele Awards from the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism.
Narrative journalism contest open [Latin America, US]
Journalists ages 35 and younger with unpublished works in Spanish can compete for publication and US$2,000. This year's edition includes a special prize for a candidate living in the United States.
Contest highlights journalism research [Brazil]
Journalism professors and students are invited to submit their works to a contest organized by the Brazilian Association of Researchers in Journalism.
Competition for agriculture journalism open [Philippines]
Print and broadcast journalists who cover agricultural issues can apply for the Bright Leaf Awards.
Contest highlights digital news stories [Worldwide]
Multimedia journalists can compete in a contest organized by the Visa pour l’Image - Perpignan’s international photojournalism festival in France.
Documentary contest open [Russia]
Documentarians can submit films to this contest organized by the Union of Cinematographers of the Russian Federation and Russia's Documentary Film and Television Industry Guild.
Fact-checking competition open [Africa]
Print, broadcast and online journalists can submit reports that exposed misleading claims made by public figures and institutions.
Global health reporting contest open [BRIC, Africa]
Journalists from Brazil, Russia, India, China and Sub-Saharan Africa with the best coverage of maternal, child health and other urgent health matters can win a cash prize and a paid trip to the United States.
Youth journalism contest open [Russia]
Journalists ages 25 and younger can submit articles on socially important issues.
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Real news about fake news: Why partisanship plays a major role in misinformation's spread
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Laura Hazard Owen, Nieman Lab | June 23, 2017