Daily Archive: August 16, 2011

Aug 16

Foreign Correspondents Club photo contest

Tweet Photographs of the Asia-Pacific region can be entered in a contest. The Foreign Correspondents Club of Thailand is accepting entries for its fifth annual photo contest. Photographers do not need to be members of the FCCT or be based in Asia. The contest aims to promote excellence in photojournalism in the Asia-Pacific region. The …

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Aug 16

Bloomberg seeks reporter

Tweet Bloomberg News seeks a corporate finance reporter to work in its Singapore office. The Bloomberg reporter will be responsible for stories about the corporate debt markets, including new bond issues, loans and asset-backed securities. The successful applicant should have proven experience in reporting and breaking news for a financial newspaper. Applicants must have at …

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Aug 16

Photo contest awards more than $75,000 in prizes

Tweet Photographers are invited to submit photos to a photo competition. The Ocean Art Underwater Photo Competition, sponsored by the Underwater Photography Guide, is one of the largest competitions of its kind in terms of prizes. The competition has 12 categories, including divers, marine life portraits and marine life behavior. Judges include world-renowned underwater photographers …

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Aug 16

Scholarships available for foreign correspondent course

Tweet Journalists and students interested in international reporting can attend a course in Prague. The Foreign Correspondent Training Course, offered by Transitions Online, aims to provide an introduction to international reporting, through training by respected foreign correspondents and a practical reporting project. Sample topics include pitching to editors, adapting to multimedia and breaking into the …

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Aug 16

Thomson Reuters fellowships for reporting crises and conflict class

Tweet Journalists interested in improving their skills on reporting crises and disasters can attend a course in Caiscais, Portugal from Oct. 31- Nov. 4. There are full and partial fellowships available as well as full-tuition spots open. This course will consist of three days of classroom training and two days attending the ‘Japan’ and ‘A …

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