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Are you IJNet's journalist of the month?

Are you IJNet's journalist of the month?

IJNet | February 20, 2017

We are looking for an outstanding journalist who has used IJNet to further his or her career. The journalist will be interviewed and featured on IJNet.

Nominate yourself, or someone else, by filling out the Google Form, which is included at the end of this post. Check out our previous profiles of Jake Soriano and Ethar El-Katatney.

In addition to being featured as IJNet's journalist of the month, you'll also receive: 

  • A free .press domain for life, and your choice of a free website builder kit or a free Clippings.me portfolio for one year. 
  • Conference passes on a case-by-case basis
  • Featured on the .press site and on social media 
  • Membership in the IJNet Facebook Forum, and journalist of the month Facebook group

This is a great opportunity to gain international exposure for your work!

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Journalist of the Month

I've been able to gain information about a range of programs from IJNet. To date, I've already gained a media fellowship at Duke University in 2009. I also became aware of a religion journalism workshop in 2011 and became an executive member of the International Association for Religion Journalists. I've also been able to regularly access information about progress in the media sector from around the world. Best of all, it's great to feel connected to the worldwide journalism network.

Could you please email me at

Could you please email me at anguyen [at] icfj [dot] org?

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