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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.
Documentary writing workshop open [Spain]
Journalists, writers and students can register for this workshop in Madrid.
Online workshop focuses on narrative journalism [Latin America, Spain]
Journalists, students and anyone interested in improving their storytelling skills can register for this workshop in Spanish.
Visual storytelling workshop offers scholarships [US]
The Kalish Workshop is a five-day training program on visual communication across a variety of platforms, such as mobile, tablet, web and print.
Workshop on photojournalism open [Spain]
Participants will learn how to take good photos with their cameras or smartphones on the streets of Madrid.
ProPublica organizes Summer Data Institute [US]
Journalism students and journalists interested in learning how to use data, design and code to help tell stories can attend this free training in New York.
Workshop focuses on social science for journalists [US]
The Russell Sage Foundation (RSF) will host its first Social Science Summer Institute for Journalists July 12 to 14 in New York. Participants will receive accommodation, meals and travel.
FNPI and Roche offer free workshop on health journalism [Latin America]
The workshop "How to report on health access in Latin America" will take place in Lima, Mexico City, Panama City, Bogotá and Buenos Aires.
OjoPúblico offers fact-checking workshop [Peru]
Participants will discover and apply data and information verification practices that are being developed around the world.
Documentary workshop offered [Spain]
The MiradasDoc Festival will host the workshop "Alleys of documentary cinema" Jan. 28 to 31 in Tenerife.
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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.
| March 24, 2017