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News Corp Media Fellowship for International Journalists

The News Corp Media Fellowship offers international reporters and editors an immersive, hands-on experience in some of the world’s most digitally advanced newsrooms. Fellows learn firsthand how these top outlets are navigating the changing journalism landscape. By shadowing reporters and editors across different departments, the fellows gain a comprehensive understanding of how an innovative news outlet operates in the digital age, and bring back new skills to transform their own newsrooms. 

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The State of Technology in Global Newsrooms

The International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) has launched a benchmark global survey that will yield unprecedented data on how news organizations are adapting to the digital age. The results will update and expand ICFJ's 2017 State of Technology in Global Newsrooms report, and reveal how the industry has changed in the last two years.

 
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Global Climate Reporting Program

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This great opportunity … helped me to learn and interact with not just government leaders and experts but also with fellow journalists from across the world.

 Richa Pinto, Mumbai

Applications for this program are now closed. 

ICFJ’s Global Climate Reporting Program brought 16 international journalists to San Francisco on

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Covering Global Religious Conflict

“Covering Global Religious Conflict,” a six-week seminar offered by the International Center for Journalists from Oct. 10 to Nov. 18, will critically examine effective ways of reporting on religious conflicts.

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Building news websites for Egyptian citizen journalists

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Egyptian citizen journalists are invited to apply for an online course, entitled “Building News Websites.” The course was led by Hoda Osman who is a NY-based reporter.

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Covering the Fight to Eradicate Malaria: A Fellowship for U.S. and Global Journalists

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The program will allow five U.S. journalists and four global journalists (from Africa, Asia and Europe) to travel to Thailand for a five-day study tour focusing on the causes, treatments, prevention and impact of malaria in Asia and around the globe. The dates of this trip will be Nov. 1-7, 2015.