Basic Journalism

Basic Journalism


Joan Shorenstein Center Fellowship at Harvard open [Worldwide]

Journalists interested in sharing, expanding and researching public policy and political affairs can apply for the US$30,000 fellowship.

Fellowships on specialized reporting available [Worldwide]

Journalists from around the world can apply to spend eight months studying journalism techniques at University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs.

Financial Times seeks trainees [UK]

Recent graduates with good academic records can apply for a traineeship program in London.

Associated Press seeks interns [Worldwide]

Full-time students and recent graduates can apply for the AP Global News Internship Program in nine U.S. cities and 10 international locations.

Google offers journalism fellowships [US]

Undergraduate and graduate students interested in using technology to tell stories can apply for a summer program.

What's missing from the Arab press

As op-eds infiltrate Arab newspapers and online news, academic and journalist Daoud Kuttab explains why investigative and human-interest stories have been few and far between in the Arab press.

Daoud Kuttab | December 11, 2014

10 Google tools investigative reporters can use to find information

Journalists can use these tools and techniques to find story ideas, uncover data sets, keep up to date on their beat and more. 

Suchit Chávez | December 04, 2014

Competition for journalism students open [US]

Full-time undergraduate journalism students can compete for a trip to Japan.

NED offers grants for media projects [Worldwide]

Independent media organizations, civic groups and associations can apply to this program that aims to advance democracy.

Journalists can use TRAILS to separate fact and fiction on Twitter

In this week's Digital Media Mash Up by the Center for International Media Assistance, a new tool helps journalists determine fact from fiction on Twitter, a new project follows the trend of topic-specific news sites and more.

IJNet | November 21, 2014