Journalists with a postgraduate degree can apply for this project.
Insper's Celso Pinto Center for Business Journalism Studies is looking for a researcher journalist, preferably a doctoral student for their new research project on journalism business models.
The selected researcher will conduct a study on how news organizations are generating revenue alternatively to the traditional models based on advertising and content.
The researcher will receive a BRL30,000 stipend for the duration of six months. Research duration might be extended to three more months.
Application deadline is Nov. 7.