RJI fellowships open soonSuggest edits
The Reynolds Journalism Institute offers fellowships for creating innovative projects for community centered news, journalists and the communities they serve. Applications open on January 1 for grant allowances from $25,000 to $100,000.
Residential fellowships last 12 months, and remote fellowships are for 8 months. The deadline to apply is February 3, and fellows will begin in July.
Happening this week:
- Nigeria is using Google Analytics for decision making
- Quito is talking about misinformation in Latin America
Worth a read:
- Nieman Lab released its annual predictions for how journalism will be in the coming year, this year’s includes topics like the pivot to TikTok for journalists, how newsrooms will cut down in a recession and everyone finally realizing the need for diverse voices in tech reporting.
- Nightingale interviewed Jen Christiansen, senior graphics editor at Scientific American, about science communication and her new book Building Science Graphics: An Illustrated Guide to Communicating Science with Diagrams and Visualizations.
- Last week, more than 1,100 New York Times employees walked out in a 24-hour strike because the company couldn’t reach an agreement with them on their union contract.
- UK - News UK, Deputy Social Media & Platforms Editor
- UK - The Telegraph, Live SEO Executive
- Hong Kong - WSJ, Sr. Video Journalist
- US - Factal, Sr. Product Manager
- US - Grist, Data Fellow
- US - Kaiser Health News. Midwest Correspondent
- US - Kent State University, Journalism Professor
- US - Las Vegas Review-Journal, Investigative Reporter with Data Skills
- US - National Journal, Sr. Frontend Web Developer
- US - Outlier Media, Sr. Science Reporter
- US - THE CITY, Data Reporter