Summer School Mobile Reporting

BJS trainiert in Armenien 27 Journalisten

BJS-Projektleiter Clemens Schöll (2. v. r.) mit Teilnehmern
BJS-Projektleiter Clemens Schöll (2. v. r.) mit Teilnehmern

Neue Kompetenzen und journalistische Freiheiten erarbeiten: Das steht im Mittelpunkt der Summer School in Mobile Reporting im armenischen Aghveran, die

die Berliner Journalistenschule gemeinsam mit ihrem Kooperationspartner, der

armenischen NGO „Journalists for the Future“ organisiert hat. 27 Journalistinnen und Journalisten aus Armenien und Georgien lernen innerhalb einer Woche,

mit ihren Smartphones Videoclips aufzunehmen, zu bearbeiten und zu streamen. Innerhalb weniger Minuten können sie ihre News, auch abseits von Studios und ohne Computer, ins Netz stellen. Trainiert werden sie von Journalisten/Dozenten aus Armenien, Georgien,

der Ukraine und Deutschland. Sie hatten im August im Rahmen des gleichen Programms bei einem sechstägigen Training in Berlin sowohl ihre Kenntnisse in Mobile Reporting als auch ihre methodischen Fähigkeiten vertieft.

 

Die Summer School wird vom Auswärtigen Amt im Rahmen des Programms „Ausbau der Zusammenarbeit mit der Zivilgesellschaft in den Ländern der Östlichen Partnerschaft“ gefördert.

 

BJS / September 2018

 


Mobile-Reporting-Workshop for Journalists from Armenia and Georgia: deadline extended!

Are you a journalist from Armenia or Georgia? Do you have basic skills in mobile reporting? Do you feel the need to get additional skills and learn the latest techniques for recording, editing, and streaming over-the-air video clips in just a few minutes? Are you looking for international contacts to exchange your experiences and expand your network?

 

If yes, apply for our summer school in Aghveran from September 25th to 30th. Seven Trainers from Armenia, Georgia, Germany and Ukraine will provide a training for 30 journalists from Armenia and Georgia in mobile reporting as well as on journalistic topics and challenges. The summer school is provided by the Berlin Journalism School in cooperation with the Armenian NGO “Journalists For the Future”. It is supported by the German Federal Foreign Office under the program "Strengthening Cooperation with Civil Society in the Eastern Partnership Countries".

 

Participation in the summer school is free of charge, travel expenses and accommodation costs are taken.

 

Application is open to English-speaking journalists of all ages with at least one year of professional experience from Armenia and Georgia.

 

Please apply by submitting a cover-letter on both your professional background and the reasons for your application. Tell us if you use an Android smartphone or ios-systems (Iphone oder Ipad).

 

Also describe in a few words your experience in mobile reporting/making films (if any) with your camera and how the training in mobile reporting would help you in your future work. 

 

Furthermore, we need a detailed curriculum vitae, if possible a proof of your knowledge of English and a confirmation by your employer that you are working as a journalist and they would give you five days off in case you are chosen for the summer school. If you are a freelancer, please let us know.

 

Send these documents only via e-mail (pdf, in total not more than 5 MB) to <summerschool@berliner-journalisten-schule.de> not later than September 4th, 2018.

 

If you have further questions, do not hesitate to contact Clemens Schöll, head of the program <clemens.schoell@berliner-journalisten-schule.de>.

 

BJS / Juli 2018

   

Workshop for media trainers from EP countries in Berlin – apply now!

Are you a journalistic/media trainer from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova or Ukraine?

Do you have basic skills in podcasting or mobile reporting? Do you feel the need to get additional skills and learn about teaching concepts, that you can use for training journalists? Are you looking for international contacts to exchange your experiences and expand your network?

 

If yes, apply for "Snowball effect for stronger media - train the trainer", a two-part-program at the Berlin Journalism School in cooperation with the Armenian NGO Journalists for the future. The training, supported by the German Foreign Office under the program "strengthening cooperation with civil society in the Eastern Partnership countries", will take place in Berlin and in Aghveran (Armenia).

 

In the first part, seven trainers - who preferably already have basic skills - from all countries of the Eastern Partnership will learn the latest techniques for recording, editing, and streaming over-the-air video clips or audio podcasts in just a few minutes during a six-day mobile reporting or podcasting train-the-trainer program.

 

The participants will also meet German journalists or experts with a focus on Eastern European topics. This seminar will be held at the Berlin Journalism School (BJS), most likely from August 5th to 11th. At the end of the week, the trainers will develop a guideline for future workshops as well as a concept for one day/part of this workshop they will take in it.

 

In the second part, those trainers will pass on their skills – also those newly acquired in podcasting and mobile reporting – to 30 Armenian and Georgian journalists in a summer school in Aghveran, most likely in the end of September.

 

Travel expenses accommodation and costs for visa (if necessary) are taken. For the teaching at the summer school a small remuneration will be paid.

 

Application is open to English-speaking media/journalism trainers of all ages with at least one year of professional experience from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine. This might be freelancer as well as employees of NGOs, journalism schools of universities.

 

Please apply with a cover letter in which you describe both your professional background and the reasons for your application. If possible, describe in a few words what your part in the summer school in Armenia could be. Please indicate who is your target group and how many persons you could reach in future with your newly acquired skills.

 

Furthermore, we need a detailed curriculum vitae, if possible a proof of your knowledge of English and

a confirmation by your employer or an organization you have worked for that you already have experience as a trainer.

 

Please also indicate if you prefer to take part in the podcasting or the mobile reporting course. For the latter one it is preferable, but not mandatory, if participants use ios-systems (Iphone oder Ipad).

 

Send these documents only via e-mail (pdf, in total not more than 5 MB) to trainerworkshop@berliner-journalisten-schule.de not later than July 1st, 2018.

 

Please send only certificates and recommendations if they have a direct connection to your applications, e.g. a prove showing experience as a trainer or international cooperation, but no certificates from university.

 

If you have further questions, do not hesitate to contact Clemens Schöll, head of the program clemens.schoell@berliner-journalisten-schule.de.

 

BJS / Juni 2018


Austauschprogramm

Medien - Mittler zwischen den Völkern

Die Berliner Journalisten-Schule hat bis 2016 insgesamt 13 Jahre lang in Zusammenarbeit mit der Robert-Bosch-Stiftung jungen Journalisten aus Mittel- und Osteuropa die Gelegenheit zu einem Studien- und Redaktionsaufenthalt in Berlin geboten.

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