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IJNet launches new information service via cell phones in Mexico

The International Journalists' Network recently launched "IJNet Mobile" in Mexico, a free service for journalists that provides valuable information via cell phone.

Soccer World Cup site seeks reporters

A 2010 South Africa World Cup news platform is looking for reporters of participating countries to provide their nations' latest news stories, as well as editorial articles. The platform, South Africa 2010, is also looking for general reporters to write editorials on more general issues that come up. All those with an interest in journalism and soccer are encouraged to apply.

Nominees sought for Freedom to Publish Prize

The International Publisher's Association (IPA) is seeking nominees for its annual Freedom to Publish Prize, which awards a person, organization or institution that has done significant work to establish and sustain the freedom to publish. The deadline is June 30.

New Delhi Television offers broadcast journalism training

New Delhi Television (NDTV) is offering a post-graduate broadcast journalism program in 2010. The first training begins this month, but applications for the August 2010 program are being accepted now.

Online journalism training offered to Ethiopian journalists

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.

April journalism classes offered in Johannesburg

The Institute for the Advancement of Journalism (IAJ) in Johannesburg is offering a selection of journalism classes this month. Courses include:

Beijing seminar to discuss public service broadcasting in Asia-Pacific

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.

Seminar in Israel to focus on conflict-journalism

Young professionals interested in the field of conflict-journalism may now apply to attend a " Media in Conflicts Seminar" (MICS) to be held in Herzliya, Israel, from June 13 to 17.