Journalism & Media

August 2, 2010 to August 7, 2010

TOL Photojournalism Course

Spend five days learning the ropes of photojournalism from Transitions Online trainers. In addition to learning new skills and techniques, you'll shoot and edit your own photo essay from Prague.

July 18, 2010 to July 23, 2010

TOL Investigative Journalism Course

More than just theory, Transitions Online's Investigative Journalism course offers practical training. Learn to put together a piece of investigative journalism, use sources and build a publishable case.

Judge Backs Chevron's Grab for Documentary Out-takes in Ecuador Case

A federal district judge in New York ordered film-maker Joe Berlinger to turn over more than 600 hours of raw footage from his documentary "Crude," about a lawsuit by natives in Ecuador charging Chevron with polluting the Amazon rainforest there.

June 21, 2010 to June 23, 2010

Global Media Forum: Climate Change and the Media

With more than 50 events the Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum continues its annual successful international conference in 2010.

Obama Shows Dictators How To Circumvent a Free Press at Nuke Summit

"The only part of the [nuclear] summit, other than a post-meeting news conference, that was visible to the public was Obama's eight-minute opening statement, which ended with the words: 'I'm going to ask that we take a few moments to allow the press to exit before our first session.'"

Source: Wash Post, 04/14/2010

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