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Scripps Howard Latin American Media Ethics Seminar

The Scripps Howard Latin American Media Ethics Seminar assisted news media and journalists in Latin America to identify common threads of professional behavior, stimulate a dialogue about journalism independence, discuss country-specific principles of conduct, and encourage participants to reflect on their own personal code of ethics and to continue the discussion about ethics in their own newsrooms. This program was sponsored by the Scripps Howard Foundation.

Personal Finance Reporting: An Online Guide to Connecting with Hispanic Audiences

Improving Personal Finance Literacy in Hispanic Communities: A Training Program for Latino Journalists

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The Hispanic Personal Finance Reporting Program of the International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) provided hands-on training to Latino journalists working at Spanish-and English-language news organizations in the United States. Between 10 and 15 journalists from print, radio, television and on-line media outlets participated in a two-day workshop.

Immigration Coverage: An Online Course for Journalists in the Americas

As a continuation of ICFJ's Training Program on Coverage of Immigration, the center offered an online course on immigration coverage for journalists from Latin America and the U.S. Hispanic media.As a continuation of ICFJ's Training Program on Coverage of Immigration, the center offered an online course on immigration coverage for journalists from Latin America and the U.S. Hispanic media.

Escucha! Taking Community Radio Digital in the Americas

The International Center for Journalists aims to build stronger and better-informed communities of Latin American immigrants by creating a corps of community radio reporters and citizen journalists who will develop and share higher-quality multimedia programming across stations and borders.

Online Course on Digital Tools for Community Radio Journalists

As part of the Escucha! Taking Community Radio Digital in the Americas program, ICFJ offered two online courses in Spanish to train community radio journalists from Latin America and from Hispanic media in the US.

Online Course on Multimedia Tools

The International Center for Journalists offered two online courses for U.S. journalists on using multimedia tools this past summer. The courses were for Hispanic and minority journalists in the U.S., and were conducted in both English and Spanish. The courses focused on a variety of multimedia offerings – from audio focused specifically on using multimedia and digital tools to cover personal finance issues, and will took place from June 28 through July 21.

The Douglas Tweedale Memorial Fellowship

The Douglas Tweedale Memorial Fellowship helps Latin American journalists improve their investigative reporting skills, either generally, or in a specialty reporting area such as immigration, environment, science and technology or business, through a three-week long program in the United States.

Scripps Howard Semester in Washington Internship Program

We are no longer accepting applications for the Scripps Howard Semester in Washington Internship Program beginning in January 2016.

The Scripps Howard Foundation Semester in Washington internship program brings two international students per year to Washington, D.C., to work at the Scripps Howard News Service for a semester. The internship is designed to give international students an opportunity to cover events in the U.S. capital, as well as to report and write feature stories for the Scripps Howard Foundation Wire.

Dec 92009

International Center for Journalists Wins $6 Million to Extend High-Impact Journalism Fellowships

Washington, DC - The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation has approved a new $6 million, three-year grant for the high-impact Knight International Journalism Fellowships program run by the International Center for Journalists. Read More...