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Ethiopian journalists can now register for an online course that will cover journalism basics. Participants will be expected to commit one hour per day to the course. The course is being offered by New Business Media and Communications PLC. The training will begin next month.
A seminar in Beijing on May 24 will discuss the state of Public Service Broadcasting in Asia and the Pacific. The opening up of broadcasting to the private sector will be of special attention, according to the Asia-Pacific Institute for Broadcasting Development (AIBD). CEOs, officials from ministries of information, policy makers, media staff and other interested parties are welcome.
Journalists working or interested in the Ghana Oil and Gas sector are invited to join the Ghana Oil and Gas Online Forum. The group was formed by the International Institute for ICT Journalism, and contains relevant links, news and information on the topic.
The Alliance of Indonesian Radio Journalists (ALWARRI) has been launched in Gorontalo, on Sulawesi island. President Director of Radio Republic Indonesia, Parni Hadi, said the association will be involved with three things: the welfare of journalists, journalist safety, and training.
Caribbean journalists can improve their journalism skills during a week of workshops and seminars that will be held June 14 to 19 at the University of the West Indies (UWI) in Belize City. Registration is ongoing.