• Journey of Shared Discovery for Russian and American Journalists

  • The International Center for Journalists (ICFJ), with funding and support from the U.S. Embassy in Phnom Penh, is seeking applicants for a program for Cambodian journalists focusing on election coverage. The program features an online course in Khmer, a study tour in the United States for selected participants, and individual online mentoring.

    ICFJ will select up to 25 qualified Cambodian journalists from legitimate media outlets in Cambodia to participate in the online course. Interested journalists are also requested to submit a letter of endorsement/support from their publisher or editor-in-chief when applying for the program online. The course will run for six weeks beginning May 23, 2016, and ending on July 11, 2016. The focus: the fundamentals of election coverage through the lens of the upcoming U.S. vote and historic coverage of elections in Cambodia. The curriculum also will touch on professional journalistic standards, and an introduction to multimedia, social media and digital reporting tools to enhance coverage and audience engagement.

  • This program is open to Spanish-speaking and English-speaking journalists working within the United States. 

    As the world becomes more technologically savvy, so must journalists who write about any topic, but especially those who cover stories about entrepreneurs and companies, need to smartly use the Internet. Business and financial reporters now have a treasure trove of databases from which to mine information for stories.

    Reporters are getting more and more of their information and facts used in stories from the Internet. But is everything on the World Wide Web credible? No, and that is why business journalists conducting research online about entrepreneurs and companies should be wary of what they are finding.

  • Welcome to this short course on reporting on health in Africa offered by the International Center for Journalists in partnership with the African Health Journalists Association.

    You don’t need us to tell you that health in Africa (or anywhere else) is a HUGE topic. We won’t be able to cover everything in the five weeks we will be spending together. But we will be able to touch on many issues, suggest ways you can approach health reporting, and provide resources that can help you in your work.

    Along the way, we will introduce you to a few health experts who will serve as guests of the course. And, importantly, we will introduce you to health journalists from all across Africa who have the same interests, and face many of the same challenges as you. Journalists often learn best from each other, so please seize the opportunity the course provides for you to make contact with colleagues from all across the continent. At a minimum, you all can share your experiences and ideas. And maybe you can become collaborators on future stories

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  • In this course you will have the opportunity to attain a deeper understanding of the challenges faced by emerging cities in Latin America and the Caribbean. Through dialogues with Inter American Development Bank (IDB) experts maintained by the Emerging and Sustainable Cities Initiative, readings, videos, websites, and especially the exchange of ideas, knowledge, and experiences among all participants, you will develop skills to analyze and report on the most important challenges of emerging cities and their transformation into Smart Cities in Latin America.

     

  • This program is open to Spanish-speaking and English-speaking journalists working within the United States. 

    Today’s financial markets and the business sector have become more complex – and harder to understand and interpret to news audiences. It's vital that America’s growing minority and ethnic populations, as well as other underserved communities, become better informed about the economy so they can make sound financial and consumer decisions. A new and growing body of expertise and digital tools – data journalism – can help business and financial journalists better serve these audiences. In the McGraw-Hill Data Journalism Program, ICFJ will help journalists master this new set of tools and produce data-driven stories that raise financial literacy in underserved communities.

  • Given the current economic turmoil in the United States and around the world, financial markets and consumer business journalism is more important than ever. With the budgets of families and individuals tighter than normal, it’s important for the media to provide stories and information that helps them get through these tough times.

  • Led by award-winning journalist David Briggs, this course seeks to bring together U.S. and international journalists to critically examine religion coverage around the world. Funding for this course is provided by the Carnegie Corporation of New York.

  • Getting the story...
    Investigative journalism is often considered the most exciting and rewarding form of journalism. It is also the most demanding in terms of time and hard work. This course serves as a basic introduction to investigative reporting for Arabic-speaking journalists.


  • Given the current economic turmoil in the United States and around the world, personal finance journalism is more important than ever. With the budgets of families and individuals tighter than normal, it’s important for the media to provide stories and information that helps them get through these tough times.

  • Given the current economic turmoil in the United States and around the world, personal finance journalism is more important than ever. With the budgets of families and individuals tighter than normal, it’s important for the media to provide stories and information that helps them get through these tough times.


  • Given the current economic turmoil in the United States and around the world, personal finance journalism is more important than ever. With the budgets of families and individuals tighter than normal, it’s important for the media to provide stories and information that helps them get through these tough times.

    Self enrolment
  • Media Training: Finding Common Ground with Journalists to Serve the Public Interest
    Self enrolment
  • Media Training: Finding Common Ground with Journalists to Serve the Public Interest
    Self enrolment
  • Media Training: Finding Common Ground with Journalists to Serve the Public Interest
    Self enrolment
  • Multimedia Training Course for Hispanic journalists and US journalists covering finance issues for minority and immigrant communities.