Aspiring reporters ages 18 to 24 representing Africa, the Americas, Asia, Oceania and Europe can apply for this program in Nanjing, China.
The International Olympic Committee
(IOC) is seeking entries for the IOC Young Reporters Program, a sports
journalism training program that will be run during the Nanjing 2014
Youth Olympic Games Aug. 16 – 28.
The program will bring 30 young reporters to Nanjing, offering
lodging in the Youth Olympic Village alongside the athletes, access to
all the sports, and specialized media training from senior sports
The program will offer intensive class and field training in written,
photographic, television, radio and new media reporting of sport as
well as guest speakers representing key international media
organizations and senior Olympic officials.
Interested applicants can contact their country's National Olympic Committee.
The IOC will cover the cost of airfare, accommodation, meals and full tuition.
Journalism students or full-time news professionals are eligible.
The deadline to apply is Nov.1.
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