Russia

Feb 82013

U.S.-Russia Presidential Commission Spotlights Young Journalists’ Exchange

The Russia-U.S. Young Media Professionals Exchange Program was a key initiative that came about after talks between our two countries’ presidents in 2010 to improve our relationship. Russian and U.S. journalists met several times to discuss the best possible program and came up with this exciting exchange. It is designed to help young reporters, at this formative stage in their careers, gain a real grasp of what is taking place on the ground.

Apr 92012

ICFJ, With Knight Foundation Support, Plays Role in Presidential Effort to Improve U.S-Russian Ties

On April 6, leaders of the U.S.-Russia Presidential Commission’s Education, Culture, Sports, and Media (ECSM) Working Group met to discuss the program’s continuing exchanges, which include a program for young journalists from both countries.

ICFJ and the Union of Journalists of Moscow will each host the first of two groups of 12 journalists taking part in the “Young Media Professionals Exchange Program.” The program is supported by a generous grant from the [John S. and James L.

Russia-U.S. Young Media Professionals Exchange Program

After visiting the Center for Public Integrity’s International Consortium of Investigative Journalists to learn about and discuss press freedom issues, Russian reporters in ICFJ's U.S.-Russia exchange program pause to take a photo in front of the White House.

The International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) invites young, English-speaking journalists from Russia to take part in the “Russia-U.S. Young Media Professionals Program.” Five journalists, who will be selected in competition, will come to the United States for a program from Monday, August 3, to Friday, August 21, 2015. Applicants must speak English.

Russia: Journalism Training (2002)

Knight International Journalism Fellow Christopher Wren completed four months of journalism training in Russia in 2002, partnering with the Russian American Press and Information Center (RAPIC).

Russia: Journalism Training (1994)

Knight International Journalism Fellow William Woestendiek completed two months of journalism training in Russia in 1994, partnering with the Russian American Press and Information Center (RAPIC).

Russia: Journalism Training (1998)

Knight International Journalism Fellow David Tuller completed nine months of journalism training in Russia in 1998, partnering with the Russian American Press and Information Center (RAPIC).

Russia: Journalism Training (1996)

Knight International Journalism Fellow Laurie Stern completed nine months of journalism training in Russia in 1996, partnering with the Russian American Press and Information Center (RAPIC).

Russia: Journalism Training (2004)

Knight International Journalism Fellow Teri Schultz completed three months of journalism training in Russia in 2004, partnering with the Foundation for Independent Radio (FNR).

Russia: Journalism Training (1997)

Knight International Journalism Fellow Ann Olson completed nine months of journalism training in Russia in 1997, partnering with the Russian American Press and Information Center (RAPIC).

Russia: Journalism Training (1994)

Knight International Journalism Fellow Frank Miles completed two months of journalism training in Russia in 1994, partnering with the Russian American Press and Information Center (RAPIC).