Deadline: 12 April 2015
Open to: young media-makers from all over the world, but preference will be given to candidates from Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, White Russia/Belarus, Egypt, Tunisia, Morocco, Israel, Algeria, Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey, sub-Saharan Africa (Ghana, Nigeria, DRC, Kenya, Rwanda etc.), Burma/Myanmar, Vietnam and Sri Lanka
Benefits: all costs covered participation for the Deutsche Welle’s Global Media Forum in Bonn, Germany
Orange Magazine is looking for 10 young journalists, photographers and video-makers (aged between 18 and 30) from all over the world to cover this year’s Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum. The Orange Magazine provides journalistic education and supports young journalists by giving them room to explore media and current affairs. The Magazine is a project of the European Youth Press (EYP)
Regarding the event, it takes place in Bonn, Germany from 22 to 24 June, 2015. Being organized by Deutche Welle, the forum this year will focus on the topic under “Media and Foreign Policy in the Digital Age”. Throughout the duration of the event, selected media-makers will be provided accommodation for three nights and food, plus will have their travel costs reimbursed by the Deutsche Welle. Orange Magazine team will be provided free access to the whole event including opportunities to interview both guest speakers and participants.
The 10 media-makers will be comprised of the following profiles:
2 Video Journalists: The video team will create a 3-5 videos, which will include the highlights of the conference and some vox pops with the key guests and organizers of the event. Applicants must have experience in video editing and camera shooting.
1 Multimedia Journalist: The social media journalist will have to visit briefly all of the sessions and update with some snapshots and catchy messages the Orange Website, LinkedIn, Instagram, Infogram, Pinterest, SoundCloud, Facebook and Twitter. Applicants must have experience in Social media required, having blog or twitter accounts are an assets.
6 Print/Web Journalist: The Orange team will produce one issue of the magazine during the Global Media Forum. Each member will have to write at least 1 feature related to the topics of the 2014 edition of the Global Media Forum: “Media and foreign policy in digital age”.
The call is open to young journalists from all over the world, but that preference would be given to candidates from the following countries: Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, White Russia/Belarus, Egypt, Tunisia, Morocco, Israel, Algeria, Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey, sub-Saharan Africa (Ghana, Nigeria, DRC, Kenya, Rwanda etc.), Burma/Myanmar, Vietnam and Sri Lanka.
Accommodation for three nights and food are covered. Selected media-makers will also have their travel costs covered and the overall experience will be a chance they boost their skills in covering and reporting events.
How to Apply?
Within your application form, assure that you demonstrate:
- your previous experience by providing links of samples of your work;
- briefly describe your educational background.
Deadline for submitting the application is 12 April 2015, 23:59 CET. Selected participants notified by: 20 April 2015
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