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Free webinar focuses on trust in the media [Worldwide]
News University, the Poynter Institute e-learning project, is offering the course "Hooked on junk news: breaking bad habits and rebuilding trust in the media" at 2 p.m. EDT April 26.
Arab journalism conference open [UAE]
Media professionals, journalists and students can attend the Arab Media Forum April 3 and 4 in Dubai.
Migration Media Award seeks entries [MENA, Europe]
Professional journalists are invited to submit articles or videos/multimedia to this contest organized by the International Centre for Migration Policy Development.
Grants available for visual arts [MENA]
The Arab Fund for Arts and Culture (AFAC) is accepting applications in the visual arts category as part of its 2018 general grants program.
Documentary program offers grants [MENA]
Filmmakers, directors and producers whose projects are related to contemporary Arab culture can apply for funding from the Arab Fund for Arts and Culture (AFAC).
Contest highlights coverage of women's issues [MENA]
Tunisia's Center of Arab Women for Training and Research (CAWTAR) and the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) organize a competition for the best journalistic works on women's issues in the Arab region.
Report for America seeks journalists [US]
Emerging journalists can apply to participate in a program that seeks to strengthen local media.
Press freedom contest accepting entries [MENA]
Journalists from the Middle East, Mediterranean and Gulf regions can apply for the Samir Kassir Award for Freedom of the Press.
MediaShift offers free webinar on newsletter metrics [Worldwide]
DigitalEd, MediaShift's online training series, will webcast "How to get better newsletter metrics" at 1 p.m. EST on Feb. 7.
Contest focuses on entrepreneurship [MENA]
Aspiring media entrepreneurs can compete for a cash prize.
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Can soft power combat misinformation?
As misinformation becomes a growing problem in media and politics, many people turn to public authorities. Soft power solutions offer an alternative that doesn't risk government censorship.
Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, Nieman Lab | March 16, 2018