United States recruits African journalists for free training on M.J

The United State Department office of Africa Regional Services in conjunction with International Centre for Journalists ( ICFJ) is recruiting African for free training on mobile journalism.

This was revealed in an official statement released on the website of the US embassy.

This platform is set to render 4-5 training sessions on Mobile journalism as emerging form of media.

The noble trainings will cover topics such as : storyboarding, mobile video, audio,photo editing and live-streaming. It is expected to also teach the on how to create a personal brand and share stories effectively.

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According to the official statement, it is an exciting way for reporters to gather, edit and share news from their communities to the world.

Also, the trainings are free but it requires advance registration and all questions are to be directed to Senior Program Director Aliza Appelbaum on this mail


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