How Barcelona TV ran a mobile-only news broadcast

During the recent Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, reporters from Barcelona TV ran a four-day broadcast from the event using only mobile technology. Here's how they did it.

Jessica Weiss | March 30, 2015

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ICFJ-News Corp fellowship open [Russia]

English-speaking Russian journalists from all areas of expertise can apply to participate in this program that includes an internship at The Times of London and at The Wall Street Journal London Bureau.

Stanford Chen internship grant offered [US]

College students who have secured a 2015 summer internship can apply for a grant from the Asian American Journalists Association.

Fund for documentary photography available [MENA]

Photographers working on documentary projects can apply for a US$5,000 grant and mentorship.

Asfari Foundation offers scholarships [MENA]

Syrian, Palestinian and Lebanese students can apply for master’s degrees at four universities in the United Kingdom.

Scholarships available for master’s program on media innovation [Worldwide]

The International Media Innovation Management is a part-time program that incorporates e-learning and seminars in Europe and the United States.

Media competition launched [Africa]

The Southern African Development Community awards aim to recognize excellence in journalism and encourage media practitioners in member states to cover issues of the region.


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Based at Boston University, NECIR’s Investigative Journalism Certificate Program is aimed at recent graduates and working journalists who are interested in pursuing a career in investigative journalism.

Journalism professors from historically black colleges and universities or schools with large Latino student bodies can get first-hand exposure to technology in today's newsrooms. Apply by April 20.

Journalists – both experienced and at the start of their careers – are invited to apply for the International Journalism MA at City University London. Places are available starting in September 2015.

U.S.-based minority journalists selected for ICFJ's Bringing Home the World: International Reporting Fellowship Program for Minority Journalists can travel to a country of their choice to cover compelling yet under-reported stories. Apply by March 31, 2015.

The International Center for Journalists will send two Russian journalists to London, where they will spend 28 days at The Times and The Wall Street Journal's London Bureau.

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