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NewsU presents webinar on how to write for social media [Worldwide]
Journalists who want to improve their social media writing can attend this online seminar at 2:00 p.m. EDT on May 18.
Environmental journalism contest open [Kyrgyzstan]
Freelance and staff journalists working for print, broadcast and online media can compete for cash prizes.
MBN seeks senior producer [Lebanon]
Journalists with at least five years of experience in digital content, series production and documentaries can apply for this position in Beirut.
Future of Storytelling summit hosts contest [Worldwide]
Interactive stories, including web-based work, data-driven art, mobile apps, games, multimedia installations, virtual reality and other multi-platform projects are eligible for a US$5,000 prize.
ICFJ offers webinar about 5 free digital tools that any newsroom can use [Worldwide]
The International Center for Journalists (ICFJ), with support from the Dow Jones Foundation, is offering a webinar about five digital tools any newsroom can use at 10 a.m. EDT April 20.
Workshop focuses on infographics, data visualization [Spain]
The UAM/El País School of Journalism organizes this intensive training May 13 in Madrid.
Data journalism workshop open [Latin America]
Journalists can attend the workshop April 25 and 26 in Bogotá, Colombia, or register for its online version available April 24 to June 16.
Viral fact-checking contest seeks submissions [Worldwide]
Journalists and others are invited to submit creative solutions that turn fact-checking into engaging, visual and interactive stories for a chance to win up to US$10,000.
ONA17 Student Newsroom open [US]
College students and aspiring mentors can apply to cover the Online News Association Conference & Awards Banquet Oct. 5 to 7 in Washington.
Open Society offers media grants [West Africa]
Local organizations can submit proposals that promote investigative journalism and free, quality and independent media.
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How Vice News uses cinematic techniques to produce compelling news video
Vice News' video style often sets it apart from more traditional news broadcasters. Here's a look at how they bring a more cinematic style to news video.
Lindsey Miller, Reynolds Journalism Institute | April 28, 2017