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PBS MediaShift hosts webinar on podcasting [Worldwide]

The hourlong webinar will cover the basics of capturing and editing audio at 1 p.m. EDT on Aug. 31.

Narrative journalism workshop open [Colombia]

Fondo de Cultura Económica, a nonprofit publishing house, will host its narrative journalism workshop FCE-2016 Aug. 17 to Oct. 29 in Bogotá. Participants will compete for a cash prize and to have their work published at El Tiempo newspaper.

SAJA reporting fellowship accepting entries [South Asia]

Freelancers and staff journalists in any medium with at least five years of journalism experience and fluency in English can apply for the South Asian Journalists Association (SAJA) fellowship.

Reuters Institute offers fellowship [Middle East]

Journalists from Lebanon, Palestine and Syria can apply for the Asfari Fellowship at Oxford University in England.

Deadline extended: global health reporting contest [BRIC, Africa]

Journalists from Brazil, Russia, India, China and Sub-Saharan Africa with the best coverage of maternal, child health and Ebola or Zika can win a cash prize and a paid trip to the United States.

Fellowship available for conference on extremism [Worldwide]

Media professionals, among others, ages 25 to 35 can apply to attend the UNESCO International Conference on the Prevention of Violent Extremism through Education, in New Delhi, India.

One World Media hosts workshop on international reporting [UK]

Journalism professionals, students and recent graduates interested in the processes and problems of delivering international content can attend this event in London.

Course on urban reporting open [Brazil]

College students can apply to attend a free course in São Paulo.