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Contest seeks investigative stories on bribery [Worldwide]
Print reporters, citizen journalists and bloggers who uncovered bribery cases can compete for the TRACE Prize for Investigative Reporting.
Abraji hosts online course on investigating fraud, corruption [Brazil]
Journalists and journalism students interested in investigating corruption can register for this three-week course organized by the Brazilian Association of Investigative Journalism (Abraji), beginning Nov. 13.
Seminar focuses on government finances reporting [Brazil]
Journalists interested in monitoring public accounts can attend this free event in São Paulo.
Investigative journalism grants available [Europe]
Journalists with ideas for cross-border stories can apply for research grants.
Free online course on investigative journalism available [Worldwide]
Columbia University, through the edX platform, is offering the five-week course "Global muckraking: investigative journalism and global media," starting Feb. 8.
Deadline approaching: call for reporting projects [Latin America, Spain, US]
Journalists from Argentina, Colombia, Mexico, Panama, Spain and the states of Texas and Florida can apply for a reporting fund from investigative journalism site Armando Investiga.
Registration for digital journalism conference open [Argentina]
Journalists interested in investigative and digital journalism can participate in this conference in Buenos Aires.
Wits University hosts investigative journalism conference [Africa]
The African Investigative Journalism Conference will take place Nov. 7 to 9 in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Grants for investigative reporting available [Brazil]
Journalists who want to investigate Brazil's judiciary system can apply for funding.
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Harvard experiment finds large effects from small news outlets
Even small publishers have a large effect on the national discourse, according to a new paper published in Science on the effects of news.
Jason Alcorn, MediaShift | November 17, 2017