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Journalists from across the Arab world are invited to attend the launch of the third edition of the Arab Media Outlook, a report that analyzes the state of media in the Arab world, which will be held in Dubai, UAE on February 9.
The Digital Journalism Center in Guadalajara, Mexico, will soon begin a new cycle of its course on how to write for the Web, with the goal of training Latin American journalists in new online writing techniques. Registration is ongoing.
A seminar-workshop will teach techniques for television reporting. The event will take place February 1 to 5 in Quito, Ecuador. Registration is ongoing. The seminar is designed to train journalists, communicators, producers and students in audiovisual production, including news reports, features, and a combination of both.
Communication students, young journalists and experts will convene from February 2 to 7 in Porto Alegre, Brazil, to analyze new trends in communication and the "culture of solidarity." Registration is ongoing.
Asian journalists with a strong commitment to good journalism, leadership qualities and an excellent professional and academic record are encouraged to apply for a fellowship for the 2010-2011 M.A. in Journalism at the Philippines' Konrad Adenauer Asian Center for Journalism at the Ateneo de Manila University (ACFJ).
African journalists, trainers and other media experts are encouraged to take part in an online discussion UNESCO and Rhodes University have set up that will culminate in developing and disseminating a syllabus on reporting Africa.
Skilled programmers or Web developers interested in pursuing a master's degree in journalism can apply for fully funded scholarships to attend Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism in the U.S.