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Online panel to share engagement strategies [Worldwide]
DigitalEd, MediaShift's online training series, will webcast "How to get better engagement metrics" at 1 p.m. EDT on April 18.
Mobile journalism contest accepting entries [Worldwide]
Anyone age 18 and older can submit works using a mobile device for a chance to win a mojo kit and attend the Mojofest conference in Galway, Ireland.
Gabriel García Márquez journalism contest open [Americas, Spain, Portugal]
Journalists with works in Spanish and Portuguese can compete in four categories: features, images, news coverage and innovation.
ProPublica seeks fellows for Electionland Project [US]
Experienced journalists interested in covering voting rights, election integrity and more can apply for a paid, full-time fellowship in New York.
Internews hosts contest for professional journalists [Kyrgyzstan]
Digital and TV journalists with works published or broadcast in 2017 can enter the Aspiration contest.
Thomson Foundation launches journalism competition [Worldwide]
Aspiring journalists must first attend five online courses to be eligible for an all-expenses-paid spot in a multimedia course in London.
Digital journalism contest open [Asia]
Undergraduate students of all disciplines can compete for the AAJA-Asia Google Digital Journalism Student Award.
Visual storytelling workshop offers scholarships [US]
The Kalish Workshop is a weeklong training program on visual communication across a variety of platforms, such as mobile, tablet, web and print.
Mother Jones offers fellowship [US]
Journalists interested in investigating national stories can apply for a paid fellowship in San Francisco or Washington.
Lviv Media Forum open [Europe]
Journalists are invited to attend this event May 17 to 19 in Lviv, Ukraine. Topics include media trends, the role of media in global conflicts and media revenue.
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Cameroonian journalists face ban on political reporting
In the run-up to senatorial elections, the government in Cameroon banned political reporting. Journalists are wrestling with how to move forward amidst new restrictions.
| March 23, 2018