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The Tunis-based African Center for Training of Journalists and Communicators (CAPJC) is offering a variety of journalism training workshops for Tunisian journalists this year. Workshops will discuss topics such as news editing, business reporting, newsletter writing, digital journalism, graphic journalism, radio reporting, TV reporting and more.
Journalists in Latin America are invited to register for a one-year course on environmental journalism in Peru. Registration is ongoing. The course will familiarize journalists with environmental issues, including terminology, data, research, sources, and perspectives.
Journalists, media professionals, and film, journalism and communication students in Latin America can participate in an online seminar about film reviewing. Registration is ongoing. The workshop will address the following questions: What are the bases for film reviewing? How to begin? Is there a writing style for a review? What does film communicate?
A writing workshop will be held June 1 to 3 in Quito, Ecuador. Registration is ongoing. The workshop will be led by Ecuadorian journalist Rodrigo Villacís Molina. Ecuadorian journalists from all media who are interested in improving their writing are encouraged to register. Registration costs US$60.
Bogotá, Colombia, will host an international conference on the economy and media management from June 2 to 6. Registration is ongoing. The meeting will gather academics from around the world to share studies and research on the industry and the market for traditional media (print, radio, TV and film) and new media (Internet, cell phones and mobile applications).
Namibian newspaper The Caprivi Vision is organizing a series of training workshops for aspiring Namibian journalists on writing, news gathering, reporting, graphic design and marketing in order to reinforce the human capacity of community newspapers.