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IMMJ Scholarship Applications Open for 2017-18

Exciting news! The University of Bolton, together with Beijing Foreign Studies University are offering two 50% REDUCED TUITION FEE SCHOLARSHIPS for the postgraduate degree; MA in International Multimedia Journalism for the 2017/18 academic year.  Recipient’s tuition fees will be reduced by half meaning recipients will pay £3,250 instead of £7,500 for the single year degree […]

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Victoria Kim’s Final MA Project Lands in Good Hands

Uzbek Koreans has finally landed in good hands. Victoria Kim’s final MA project is now part of the online multimedia library run on the website of the George Washington University’s Central Asia Program. Currently, you can see the link to the project at the Central Asia Program’s website under the section “Multimedia Projects”: www.centralasiaprogram.org

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World Press Photo Multimedia Research Project Report – 视觉叙事(中文翻译稿)

The report from the 2013 World Press Photo Multimedia Research Project – Visual Storytelling in the Age of Post-Industrial Journalism – is now available in Chinese translation: 视觉叙事(中文翻译稿)World_Press_Photo_Multimedia_Research_Project_Report_Chinese_translation Full details of the World Press Photo Multimedia Research Project are available here.

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Berta Tilmantaitė’s National Geographic cover story

Berta Tilmantaitė’s story on the Winter Road in Russia has been widely published, including on the cover of the Latvian, Lithuanian and Estonian NatGeo magazines. It also featured in the Geographical magazine (UK) and Rhythms Monthly in Taiwan. The cover picture is picture of a local boy named Spiridon, who is deaf. He spends a lot of time with […]

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The power of the visual journalism community – Tracey Shelton gets crowdfunded kit

From newsshooter.com an incredible story of people helping former student and award-winning visual journalist Tracey Shelton: Tracey Shelton was in desperate need of replacing her aging camera equipment to continue to report from war-torn locations such as Aleppo. After reading the post, two Columbia J School grads, Mayeta Clark and Nick Stone, set up a crowd […]

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