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Grants fund news delivery projects [US]

The Online News Association (ONA) organizes the US$1M Challenge Fund for Innovation in Journalism Education.

ICFJ organizes blogging workshop [India]

Media professionals and bloggers will learn about covering economics, climate change, conflict coverage and international organizations during this three-day program in Hyderabad.

How a freelancer turned entrepreneurial journalist launched his own media business

After losing his newspaper magazine job, Mexican journalist Erick Falcon became a digital entrepreneur with a successful website called Todos Santos. Despite the success, he still was asked, "Where is the print version?" 

James Breiner | November 19, 2014

LinkedIn offers free online training for journalists [Worldwide]

Participants will learn to use the site to find scoops and sources, increase engagement and expand audience reach.

HacksLabs offers mentoring, funding for innovative news apps [Latin America]

HacksLabs, an accelerator of data journalism and online news projects, seeks to develop, adapt or scale ground-breaking news apps with US$25,000 grants and mentoring.

MarketWatch seeks bureau chief [US]

Journalists with extensive experience in financial news can apply for the position in San Francisco.

Deutsche Welle aims to reach a global audience

Based in Germany, international broadcaster Deutsche Welle produces content in 30 different languages, including Arabic. IJNet spoke with the news organization's head of distribution for Africa and the Middle East.

Ismail Azzam | November 12, 2014

10 audio storytelling tips to echo the podcasting boom

In this week's Digital Media Mash Up by the Center for International Media Assistance, tips for creating rich, audio storytelling, the recent boom for podcasters and more.

IJNet | November 07, 2014

How a South African news site gives youth a voice and a vocation

The Daily Vox is doing more than putting young South African citizens at the center of the news. It gives youth a voice while training emerging reporters in a country where media companies have slashed journalism coaching budgets.

Mandy de Waal | November 07, 2014

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