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Training for young film critics offered [Worldwide]
Journalists younger than 30 can apply to cover the International Film Festival Rotterdam in the Netherlands.
StoryLab Academy offers training, mentorship [Africa]
Newsrooms in 12 hub cities can apply for an intensive digital skills program launched by Code for Africa, in partnership with Google News Lab and the World Bank's Global Media Development Program.
Basic journalism training open [Angola]
Aspiring journalists can attend a training program at TV Escola starting February in Luanda.
Free journalism courses available online [Brazil]
Beginning journalists and students can take several online course in Portuguese.
SPJ-Google News Lab offers training [North America]
Journalists can request free in-site training on Google tools for their newsrooms.
Free course on solutions journalism available [Worldwide]
Poynter's News University, in partnership with the Solutions Journalism Network, is offering the self-directed course "Solutions Journalism in Every Newsroom."
Thomson Reuters offers editorial judgment training [India]
Journalists with at least four years of experience can apply for a fellowship to participate in a four-day course in Bengaluru.
Code for South Africa organizes Data Journalism Winter School [South Africa]
Journalists can apply for an intensive three-day bootcamp to learn the fundamentals of data-driven storytelling.
Agricultural journalism training offered [UK]
Budding journalists can apply for a spot in this free program and compete for a GBP250 prize.
NewsU offers free training series on community journalism [Worldwide]
Freelancers who want to make themselves more marketable to local publications and editors interested in training contributors can enroll in two self-directed courses.
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Adaptation, A/B testing and analytics: How BuzzFeed optimizes the news for its audience
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