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The Seattle Times offers summer internships [US]
Students with a demonstrated commitment to print and online journalism can apply to spend 10 weeks working in the newspaper's editorial department.
Grants for journalism training available [UK]
The Journalism Diversity Fund offers grants to budding, diverse British journalists planning to attend courses accredited by the National Council for the Training of Journalists.
Film residency open [MENA, Germany]
Goethe-Institute Lebanon, Beirut Art Residency (BAR) and Metropolis Art Cinema Association are inviting submissions for an all-expenses-paid film residency in Beirut.
Internews seeks deputy director [Kyrgyzstan]
Journalists with a strong knowledge of English and Russian can apply for this position in Bishkek.
Course focuses on elections coverage [Mexico]
Periodistas de a Pie is offering a two-day training in Mexico City to help journalists produce quality political reporting during campaign times.
Stanford fellowship for democracy, development open [Worldwide]
Midcareer professionals, especially from developing countries, can apply for a Draper Summer Fellowship and spend three weeks at Stanford University in California.
Contest open to editorial cartoonists [Worldwide]
The United Nations is accepting entries for the Ranan Lurie Political Cartoon Awards. Winners can receive up to US$10,000.
Society of Environmental Journalists offers grants [Worldwide]
Journalists can apply for grants of up to US$5,000 to support their reporting on an open topic on environmental issues; marine and coastal issues of the North Pacific and Arctic Oceans; or environmental issues of the Amazon and Andes.
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BBC uses in-article chatbots to give context in complex news stories
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Ricardo Bilton, Nieman Lab | February 23, 2018