Journalists from Paraguay, Argentina and Brazil will gather in the border cities of the three countries Nov. 26-28, 2010, to attend the First International Journalists Meeting on the Triple Frontier. The Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas is a co-sponsor of the gathering.
Gabriel Michi, president of the Argentine Journalism Forum (FOPEA in Spanish), explains the upcoming International Meeting for Journalists on the Triple Frontier, Nov. 26-28, 2010, in Paraguay. During the meeting, journalists from Argentina, Paraguay and Brazil will analyze and debate news coverage of themes pertinent to the tri-national region, such as contraband, terrorism, and drug- and human trafficking.
More than 350 journalists, instructors and students from 22 of Argentina’s 24 provinces attended the Fifth National and International Congress on Argentine Journalism, held Nov. 4–6, 2010, by the Argentine Journalism Forum (FOPEA), a Knight Center partner.
Nearly 40 journalists from 10 Caribbean countries spent September participating in a special digital journalism training program offered by the Association of Caribbean Media Workers in conjunction with the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas.
Florida International University (FIU) has announced a new Spanish-language master's degree program in journalism and multimedia.
Trying to find information about a journalism program at a university in Guatemala or a journalism professor in Brazil? A new online database from the World Journalism Education Council and the Knight Foundation will help you do just that.
The proposed amendment to the Constitution (PEC 386/09) that would re-establish the requirement for a professional degree in order to practice journalism was approved Wednesday, July 14, by a special commission of Brazil's House of Representatives, reported Agência Câmara. The proposal first must be voted on by the full House before it can go to a vote in the Senate.
The International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) invites community radio journalists and citizen reporters from Latin America and Spanish-language radio reporters in the United States to apply for two online training courses about digital media tools, IJNet reports.