Video contest on media ethics open [Worldwide]

Video contest on media ethics open [Worldwide]

Posted on July 17, 2012

Journalists interested in media ethics can enter a video contest.

The Center for International Media Ethics (CIME) has launched a new contest for one-minute videos.

Entries should express visually what ethical journalism means; spark conversation among a large audience concerning an ethical topic; make people watch something more than once; make your friends and social community enjoy learning about media ethics.

The winner will be the official CIME film for a year and will be invited to participate in a media ethics online training and be entitled to invite five friends to join the course.

CIME is a non-profit organization that brings together a network of journalists throughout the world to provide training, discussion and expertise in the ethics of their profession.

Media ethics is extremely important and we aim to share this with the rest of the world. In order to do so we welcome creative - not necessarily experienced - video makers to showcase their talent and original ideas that represent good media ethics at work.

The deadline is August 25.

For more information, click here.