Renata Johnson

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Renata has been with IJNet for more years than she can count. Aside from being the Portuguese editor and community manager, Renata oversees IJNet's opportunities page. Her previous stints include the Wilson Center’s Brazil Institute and Global Journalist radio at the NPR-member station in Columbia, Missouri. She received her master’s degree in journalism/international development and a bachelor’s degree in print journalism from the University of Missouri.

Latest Stories

Revised guide on coverage of children available for download

An updated guide on reporting stories involving children was recently released by the Philippines' Special Committee for the Protection of Children.

The resource, "Guide for Media Practitioners on the Reporting and Coverage of Cases Involving Children," seeks to raise media awareness on children's rights while reinforcing journalistic standards.

Renata Johnson | December 16, 2008

Online film teaches basics of videojournalism

An eight-minute film, produced by the U.K.’s National Council for the Training of Journalists (NCTJ), offers technical tips and guidelines on shooting news videos for Web sites.

Renata Johnson | December 04, 2008

African journalists face the challenges of a media boom

In the past two decades, as many countries on the African continent spawned revolutions that crumbled dictatorships and opened trade routes, media in Africa have flourished.

Renata Johnson | October 20, 2008