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Apply now: The 2014 CPIJ journalism topical conference sponsorship program

Apply now: The 2014 CPIJ journalism topical conference sponsorship program

In addition to scheduled conference sponsorships, the Center for Public Interest Journalism will also maintain topical conference support in 2014. You may also apply for sponsorships to attend other professional journalism conferences, such as AAJA, EIJ, and NLGJA, as well as conferences related to your reporting interests. Grants of up to $2,000 each will be available. Learn more: The 2014…

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CPIJ sponsorship application to topical conferences now open

CPIJ sponsorship application to topical conferences now open

In 2013, the Center for Public Interest Journalism will provide sponsorships of up to $2,000 for area public-interest journalists to attend topical conferences. This is an opportunity for reporters, editors and news developers to gain subject-matter expertise and access sources beyond their immediate communities. Sponsorship will help defray costs for: Conference registration Travel expenses Lodging…

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CPIJ Conference Sponsorship Program summary:

CPIJ Conference Sponsorship Program summary:

Recipient testimonials, gathered in 2017: Jeanette Woods WHYY NABJ This was the first time I had attended a professional conference in my field. It was very uplifting and empowering to be able to speak with and learn from so many black journalists and media creators. Many of the struggles I thought I was facing alone were…

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What we do at CPIJ:

What we do at CPIJ:

Here’s the latest look at past and present projects at the Center for Public Interest Journalism The most recent news is at the top of each group: OpenDataPhilly.org: Growing faster Geek Awards, NABJ honors follow more CPIJ-supported projects – August 2015 CPIJ hosts visiting officials; honored for poverty reporting collaboration – July 2015 Open Data Philly experts…

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CPIJ announces Next Mayor collaboration with local media partners

CPIJ announces Next Mayor collaboration with local media partners

Press release from the Temple University School of Media and Communication: The Center for Public Interest Journalism today announced today it will join Philadelphia Media Network – owner of Philly.com, The Philadelphia Inquirer and the Philadelphia Daily News – and others in a foundation-funded partnership designed to support high-quality reporting on the 2015 Philadelphia mayoral…

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