Archive: Training

On a learning curve in a world of change
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Posted in Training on 10 January 2013
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IN A complex and fast-changing world, journalists cannot be dismissive of the continuing need to learn. They can no longer claim that they have seen and done everything. The need for training is obvious even in simpler times, as not one story is really ever exactly like another. But climate change and its implications, the evolution of international conflicts, shifting alliances in politics and different styles of leadership – these require journalists to be updated and better informed about emerging issues, to get ahead, so to speak, of the story.

The year 2012 was rich with opportunities for continuing education for journalists, and those described below do not include those provided by news organizations for their staff.

Seminar-workshop on news media ethics for blocktimers and freelance broadcasters
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Posted in Training on 18 December 2012
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CMFR will hold a seminar-workshop on news media ethics, with support from the Public Affairs Section of the U.S. Embassy Manila through the US Department of State Small Democracy Grants Program, on January 30 to February 2, 2013 at the AIM Conference Center Manila.

The 2nd Sandra Burton Nieman Fellowship for Filipino Journalists now open
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Posted in Journalism awards, Media development, Training on 20 February 2012
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The Center for Media Freedom and Responsibility (CMFR) is administering the search for the 2nd Sandra Burton Nieman Fellowship sponsored by the Ninoy and Cory Aquino Foundation (NCAF).

PCIJ Training on SALN
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Posted in Freedom of Information, Training on 26 January 2012
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PCIJ will conduct another briefing on January 27. Go to http://pcij.org/blog/2012/01/13/do-the-saln-salsa-with-pcij to know more.

Visual Media Advocacy Training available
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Posted in Activities, Training on 30 March 2009
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The Organization for Visual Progression (OVP), a new organization that focuses on using visual media as a tool to document human rights abuses and social justice issues, partnered with the University of the Philippines – Mindanao, Social Science Department to organize a comprehensive two week-Visual Media Advocacy Training on April 27 in Davao. The training […]

Gearing Up For The Elections: NUJP holds training for reporters
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Posted in Ethics, Training on 7 April 2007
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NUJP holds training for reporters Gearing Up For The Elections By Don Gil K. Carreon IN 2004, the Center for Media Freedom and Responsibility (CMFR) and the Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism (PCIJ) conducted separate studies on the Philippine media’s performance during that year’s elections. The CMFR study confirmed the long-held perception that media coverage […]



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