The Associated Press and Google are launching a great new national scholarship program for digital journalism students. And The Online News Association, the world’s largest membership organization of digital journalists, is going to administer the program.
The Online Journalism Awards are now open for entries. Eight awards come with a total of $33,000 in prize money. The deadline is June 27. See last year’s winners here. To enter, read the rules and eligibility then head to the entry forms.
The deadline to enter the Online Journalism Awards has been extended to Wednesday, July 8.
Eight hyperlocal community media projects from across the United States have been selected as this year’s New Voices grant winners. Each will receive up to $25,000 in start-up funding over the next two years.
The Online News Association, the world’s largest membership organization of digital journalists, and the University of Miami’s School of Communication have opened their call for entries for the 2009 Online Journalism Awards (OJAs), emblematic of the best in online journalism.
J-Lab: The Institute for Interactive Journalism and the McCormick Foundation are seeking to fund three women-led projects that will rock the world of journalism.
The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation is going to give away up to $24 million to community foundations for creative uses of media and technology to help keep communities informed and their citizens engaged. Journalists are being encouraged to contact their local community foundation and craft projectsthat may help meet the information needs [...]
June 9 is the deadline for submitting for the APME Innovator of the Year award competition and the Online Convergence award.
The deadline for the Pulitzer Center’s Global Issues/Citizens Voices Contest is March 12.
Enter Now for The 2008 EPpy™ Awards for the Best Media-Affiliated Internet Services, presented by Editor & Publisher and Mediaweek.