ProPublica launches training program for investigative editorsSuggest edits
ProPublica is launching a new, yearlong Investigative Editor Training Program for up to ten journalists from around the U.S.
The program will kick off with a five-day bootcamp in their New York office in June, then continue with remote Zoom sessions throughout the year. Applications open on February 1.
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- The Data Visualization Society launched the second edition of its Nightingale Magazine. This edition focuses on inspiration, and includes articles, a kids activity poster and a supplement on how different media teams dealt with COVID-19 visualizations.
- The Shorenstein Center held a one-hour webinar with journalists and researchers on incorporating academic research into reporting, and GIJN condensed some of the tips from the talk into an article.
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- Anywhere - MuckRock, Front-End Developer
- Anywhere - OCCRP, Full-Stack Django Developer
- Anywhere - Our World in Data, Data Scientist
- UK - BBC, Senior Data Journalist
- US - CalMatters, Audience Engagement Editor
- US - CUNY Journalism School, Educational Program Coordinator
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- US - ICIJ, Digital Producer/Editor
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- April 14-15, Online & Austin, US, International Symposium on Online Journalism
- April 19-23, Perugia, Italy, International Journalism Festival
- September 19-22, Gothenburg, Sweden, Global Investigative Journalism Conference