Podcast content editor opportunity for new show on marketing (no production needed)

Passing along a somewhat random opportunity… I don't know anything about these folks, but this could be a good possibility for some of you. Pay is negotiable so don't low ball yourself! This looks like about a 2-4 days worth of work to me… so at a day rate of at least $500… plus some for admin… you do the math. Good luck! -Mia


Seeking Editor for Audio Content Company

We are a new audio content company looking for a content editor to work on a podcast. The show is an in-house podcast on marketing. The format is a 20-30 minute magazine-style show with a maximum of 5 features and segments.

The role is split into three stages:

  1. Workshopping the story before interviews

  2. Editing the producer’s written script

  3. Listening and commenting on the audio version

There is no audio editing involved in this role as production work is done by the show’s hosts. However, there is an opportunity to showcase your own work by putting together a different segment for the show.

We are looking to trial an editor for the main segment, ‘Alpha – an in-depth interview with a high profile individual involved in content creation’. The format for this segment will change, but the first interview is narrating around a theme with scripted links between interview tape.

Pay is negotiable but per project rather than hourly.

If you are interested we'd like to move forward ASAP. For work samples and to discuss further reply to Damian via email: damian@onaudiocontent.com


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Finding Funding for Investigative Reporting

More opportunities for women and journos of color. Keep ’em coming! Deadline for this one is Oct 1.

(Washington) Several organizations have launched initiatives this year to provide training, grants and fellowships specifically targeted for journalists of color, to address the “embarrassing dearth” of investigative reporters of color in the U. S.

That’s word from Fund for Investigative Journalism (FIJ) president Ricardo Sandoval Palos, the moderator of a panel at the 2016 convention of the National Association of Black Journalists and National Association of Hispanic Journalists, being held in Washington DC this week.

Partnering with the Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism, FIJ has launched one of those initiatives, financed by the Ford Foundation, offering $9,000 grants paired with Schuster fellowships to women and journalists of color. Applications are being taken now through October 1 at investigate.submittable.com.



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@Reveal launches investigative fellowship for journalists of color, deadline Sept 12

Investigative reporting fellowships from @reveal for journos of color – help spread the word! Application deadline is Sept 12. -Mia

“The yearlong fellowship, made possible with generous support from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, emphasizes development of investigative reporting skills for early- to mid-career reporters and producers. It is intended for journalists currently employed by other outlets and includes on-site training at CIR’s Emeryville headquarters, ongoing coaching and mentoring, travel reimbursement and a $10,000 stipend to support the resulting text, audio, video or multimedia projects.

Four fellows will be selected annually for each of the next three years, based on their proposals for investigative projects they want to pursue. The deadline for the first year is Sept. 12; applications can be found at bit.ly/Revealfellows.”

More info here: https://www.revealnews.org/press/reveal-from-the-center-for-investigative-reporting-launches-new-diversity-fellowship/

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Media and Journalism Fellowships from @MediaShiftOrg, August 3 Edition

Lots of great opportunities on this list. Thanks to MediaShift for putting it together and to Will Coley for passing it along!


Here’s a list of current media and journalism fellowship programs, including the deadlines for applying. If we’re missing any major programs, or you would like your program to be in the featured fellowship slot, please let us know by contacting Mark Glaser at mark [at] mediashift [dot] org, or by tweeting @BenDJDuck, and we’ll add them to the list. All featured fellowships are paid promotional slots.


Brave New Fellows Program
Brave New Films
Our program offers social justice advocates from communities of color and/or economically marginalized communities a one year, paid opportunity to work with Brave New Films and learn how to create and distribute media that makes a difference. By working alongside experienced staff, fellows build practical skills in digital storytelling, production, post-production, campaign strategies, outreach, and social media. Fellows spend the majority of the year in one of three areas: outreach, post-production, or social media. In the last two months they rotate through the other two areas. The fellowship equips activists to use film to support activism, and prepares them for  jobs in social justice advocacy, media, and filmmaking. To complement the on-the-job learning, fellows also meet and network with film directors, activists, journalists, politicians and organizers, and they receive training in camera operation, database management, fundraising, and more.
Deadline: Aug. 5, 2016

Lion Rock Spirit Fellowship
Reuters Institute
Newly established in 2015, the Lion Rock Spirit Fellowship for a journalist resident in Hong Kong is founded and sponsored by Sharon Cheung, herself an alumna of the Fellowship Programme (2004-5). The Lion Rock Spirit Fellow will spend two terms in Oxford where they join a diverse group of journalists from other parts of the world. Successful applicants will conduct research into issues important to their professional development as a journalist. The Fellowship covers Programme fees, a modest living allowance while in Oxford and return travel expenses to the UK.
Deadline: Aug. 7, 2016

AHCJ-NLM Health Journalism Fellowships
Association of Health Care Journalists and National Library of Medicine
AHCJ will select four journalists to spend a week on the campus of the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Md. The selected journalists will: learn how to explore the latest NIH research; learn to understand and interpret biomedical statistics; take advantage of NLM’s data, programs and resources for stronger stories; and get hands-on training in PubMed, MedlinePlus, ClinicalTrials.gov, ToxNet and Household Products Database.
Deadline: Aug. 8, 2016

Nursing & Healthcare Workforce Media Fellowship
Center for Health, Media & Policy
Recent graduates and early career journalists are welcome to apply for The Center for Health, Media & Policy’s Nursing and Healthcare Workforce Media Fellowship. The goal is to help reporters advance their understanding and coverage of key issues and policy challenges surrounding the U.S. healthcare and nursing workforce. The Fellow will investigate and report on a relevant topic of his or her choice for eight months, including cross-platform reporting. S/he will be selected from a pool of post-graduate and early career health journalist applicants in August and will begin work with CHMP in September 2016. Applicants can work from anywhere in the U.S.
Deadline: Aug. 15, 2016

AHCJ National Cancer Reporting Fellowships
Association of Health Care Journalists
AHCJ will select up to 15 journalists to spend a week on the campus of the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Md., to increase their understanding of and ability to report accurately on complex scientific findings, provide insight into the work of cancer researchers and to better localize cancer-related stories.
Deadline: Aug. 26, 2016

Asfari Fellowship for Journalists from the Levant
Reuters Institute
This is a six month (two-term) Fellowship supported by the Asfari Foundation. It is open to experienced journalists, both in traditional and new media, wishing to undertake research projects on a variety of subjects, normally related to one of the Foundation’s target countries or of its media. Journalists from Lebanon, Palestine and Syria are eligible. Candidates should ideally be based in the Levant region or Egypt or Turkey and intend to work there upon the completion of the Fellowship.
Deadline: Sep. 5, 2016

Fulbright-National Geographic Digital Storytelling Fellowship
The Fulbright-National Geographic Digital Storytelling Fellowship was launched in 2013 as a new component of the Fulbright U.S. Student Program. It provides opportunities for U.S. citizens to participate in an academic year of overseas travel and digital storytelling in one, two, or three countries on a globally significant theme. This Fellowship is made possible through a partnership between the U.S. Department of State and the National Geographic Society. Fellows publish stories on the Fulbright-National Geographic Stories blog.
Deadline: Oct. 11, 2016, 5:00 p.m. ET


Outside Editorial Fellowship
The fellowship is a six-month, paid position in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Duties include fact-checking, reporting, research, proofreading, and assorted support chores for the editorial department. Fellows occasionally have the opportunity to write short pieces for the magazine and website, and they will attend editorial meetings, work closely with top editors, and gain hands-on experience at an award-winning magazine.
Deadline: Rolling

Holly Whisenhunt Stephen Fellowship, Investigative Reporters & Editors
Send broadcast and/or radio journalists to IRE’s weeklong Computer-Assisted Reporting (CAR) Boot Camp series. The fellowships were established by IRE and WTHR-Indianapolis to honor Stephen, an award-winning journalist and longtime IRE member who died in Nov. 2008 after a long battle with cancer.
Deadline: Rolling — 60 days before the Boot Camp you are applying to attend.

Ottaway Fellowships, Investigative Reporters & Editors
Established by David Ottaway and the Ottaway Family Fund to send a limited number of professional journalists to IRE’s weeklong Computer-Assisted Reporting (CAR) Boot Camp series. These fellowships are aimed at increasing the diversity of IRE’s membership. Applicants for this award should identify themselves with one of the following minority groups: Black/African American, American Indian/Alaskan, Native American, Asian-American, Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, Hispanic/Latino.
Deadline: Rolling — 60 days before the Boot Camp you are applying to attend.

R-CAR Fellowship, Investigative Reporters & Editors
The Fund for Rural Computer-Assisted Reporting helps a journalist from a news organization in a rural area attend one of IRE’s week-long CAR boot camps. It was established by IRE member Daniel Gilbert to give rural reporters skills that will help them uncover stories that otherwise would not come to light. The fellowship is offered in conjunction with The Institute for Rural Journalism and Community Issues.
Deadline: Rolling — 60 days before the Boot Camp you are applying to attend.


Asia Pacific Journalism Fellowships
The Asia Pacific Journalism Fellowships (APJF) program was initiated in 1998 for the purpose of strengthening understanding between Asia and the United States through study, dialogue and field study in the Asia Pacific for American journalists. Each program offers opportunities for six to eight senior American broadcast, print, and online journalists to participate. 2016 Program pending.

Associated Press Global News Internship Program
Various locations
This paid internship program is for students who are aspiring cross-format journalists and will contribute to AP’s text, video, photo and interactive reporting. The application period for the 2016 internship is closed. Questions may be emailed to internship@ap.org.

Bay Area Video Coalition Mediamaker Fellowship
San Francisco, CA
The fellowship selects fellows for a 10-month program that supports project development with professional mentorship in multiplatform and transmedia storytelling through emerging technologies and strategic marketing.

Data & Society Fellow
New York City
The fellowship brings together researchers, entrepreneurs, activists, policy creators, journalists and public intellectuals who are interested in engaging one another on the key issues introduced by the increasing availability of data in society.

Donald W. Reynolds Fellowships
Columbia, MO or remote
The fellowship offers an annual program for individuals to develop innovative ideas within journalism and to help build the public’s knowledge in these areas.

Fulbright Journalism & Communications Grants
Fulbright offers opportunities in Germany, Ireland, Spain and Taiwan. The timeline for this year is now closed but will start again in the early spring.

Google News Lab Fellowships
Various locations
The Google News Lab Fellowship offers students interested in journalism and technology the opportunity to spend the summer working at relevant organizations across the U.S. to gain valuable experience and make lifelong contacts and friends.

Kiplinger Fellowships
Columbus, Ohio
Kiplinger Fellows typically spend a week in April on Ohio State’s main campus in Columbus, where they receive cutting-edge training on digital tools and tactics from leading industry experts. Topics include social media for reporting, branding and audience engagement; spreadsheets and data visualization; smartphone videography; and media ethics. The highly coveted fellowships provide lodging, most meals and free training – thanks to the generosity of the Kiplinger Foundation and Kiplinger family.

Knight-Mozilla Fellowship
Various locations
The Knight-Mozilla Fellowship places creative technologists in newsrooms to work on open-source tools and support reporting that strengthens the web and changes people’s lives. Knight-Mozilla Fellows spend 10 months working with newsroom technology teams to write open-source code, analyze and visualize data, and explore tough problems facing journalism.

Meredith-Cronkite Fellowship
Phoenix, AZ
The week-long multimedia fellowship program sponsored by the Meredith Corporation and its Phoenix television station, KPHO CBS 5, offers broadcast journalism students from underrepresented groups a week of hands-on experience.

Reuters Journalism Fellowship Program
Oxford, UK
This fellowship allows 25 mid-career journalists from around the world to conduct academic research at the University of Oxford.

Ben DeJarnette is the associate editor at MediaShift. He is also a freelance contributor for Pacific Standard, InvestigateWest, Men’s Journal, Runner’s World, Oregon Quarterly and others. He’s on Twitter @BenDJduck.

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