Fellowship on social media in public affairs reporting open [Worldwide]
Journalists worldwide interested in using social media to report on public affairs can participate in this program.
The Kiplinger Program in Public Affairs Journalism at Ohio State University invites journalists to apply for the 2013 Kiplinger Fellowship.
Participants will explore creative reporting uses of Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and other social media sites. Training sessions will showcase strategies for backgrounding individuals and companies, as well as building an online following. Fellows will learn the latest tactics for effective public affairs reporting, including the retrieval of public records, documents and data.
Print, broadcast and online journalists with five or more years of experience and strong English skills are eligible to apply.
The fellowship includes accommodation and a travel stipend, and will take place April 7 - 12, 2013 in in Columbus, Ohio.
The deadline is November 30.
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