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ICFJ offers webinar to show journalists simple, affordable ways to use 360° video [Worldwide]

Journalists interested in creating 360° video stories can participate in a free webinar at 10 a.m. EDT Nov. 2.

Competition open to journalists using social science tools [Worldwide]

The Philip Meyer Journalism Award honors stories that utilize a wide variety of research tools, from probabilities to survey research.

Media fellowship available for students of color [US]

African-American, Asian-American, Latino and Native American students can apply for the Emma Bowen Foundation Fellowship Program. Fellows are placed in paid internships.

Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty seeks journalists [Czech Republic]

Experienced journalists with excellent knowledge of Russian and English can apply for several positions, including online production manager, director of TV channel, TV anchor/multimedia journalist and more.

University of Toronto offers scholarship [Sub-Saharan Africa]

Students can apply for the MasterCard Foundation African Scholars Program to cover a four-year undergraduate program in several subjects, including cinema studies, media studies, semiotics and communication.

John S. Knight Journalism Fellowships open [Worldwide]

Journalists can apply for a 10-month fellowship on journalism innovation at Stanford University.

Nikon photo contest open [Worldwide]

Professional and amateur photographers can compete for prizes including Nikon cameras and lenses.

Okayafrica seeks staff writer [US]

Journalists with at least two years of experience and an interest in African affairs, culture and music can apply for this position in New York.