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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.
International Women's Media Foundation organizes trip to South Sudan, Uganda [Worldwide]
Women journalists with at least three years of experience and excellent English skills can apply for an all-expenses-paid reporting trip.
Thomson Reuters Foundation seeks correspondent [South Asia]
Experienced reporters can apply for a position in New Delhi.
Fellowship sends journalists to Russia [Germany, UK, US]
Journalists ages 25 to 35 can apply for the Alfa Fellowship Program, a professional development exchange program that places qualified candidates at leading organizations in Russia.
Workshop focuses on reporting on Islamic State [Spain]
The Escuela de Periodismo UAM/El País is organizing the workshop "Journalism and the Islamic State" on Dec. 2 in Madrid.
Scripps Howard Foundation offers fellowships [US]
Budding journalists can apply for a 12-month fellowship at either Scripps News Washington Bureau/Newsy or ProPublica.
Competition seeks innovative journalism projects [MENA]
Arab journalists, media innovators and entrepreneurs can enter this contest to win cash prizes.
Journalism writing contest open [US]
Ball State University’s Department of Journalism hosts the Eugene S. Pulliam National Journalism Writing Award for achievements in print and online journalism.
Arab journalism contest seeks entries [MENA]
Journalists who have exhibited creativity, objectivity and the ability to reach Arab society can compete for cash prizes.
Investigative reporting contest open [US]
The Joan Shorenstein Center at Harvard seeks submissions for its US$25,000 Goldsmith Prize.
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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