Monday, 16 March 2009

Media Training Resources

Training resources

 http://www.mediahelpingmedia.org/content/section/6/234/

Training in Kotor, MontenegroThis training section was set up by David Brewer of Media Ideas International Ltd in order to offer ongoing help to media development clients in transition states, post-conflict countries, and areas where freedom of expression is under threat.

 

David had undertaken a number of contracts for media development organisations but realised that, in some cases, there were no plans to support the media organisations involved after the projects ended.

 

He set about writing a number of training modules so that the media organisations that couldn't afford to pay for further help could still build their own capacity to survive.

 

Over time, others joined in and offered existing training modules, or to write new ones. These have been added to the mix.

 

More are being added all the time. If you have a training module you would like to make available, please use the contact us form and let us know.

 

Also, because many are written on planes, in departure lounges and in hotels, they may contain typos. The only condition for using these modules is that if you spot any typos and errors you let us know, and that you credit Media Helping Media (or the author if it is a module written by a guest) with a mention and a link.

 

Listed below are the categories for the training modules.

 


  • Media management  ( 3 items )
    This section contains a number of modules covering media management. These modules are designed to help media business manages build strong, independent and fiancially sustainable media operations. If you want to add to this section, please use the contact us form and your contribution will be considered for inclusion.
  • Editorial ethics  ( 9 items )
    This section contains a number of modules covering editorial ethics. They are offered to help media organisation ensure that they offer balanced, objective and impartial journalism that informs the public debate. If you want to add to this section, please use the contact us form and your contribution will be considered for inclusion.
  • Journalism training  ( 22 items )
    This section contains a number of modules covering various aspects of journalism. They have been drawn up over a period of years and are being continually updated and added to. If you want to add to this section, please use the contact us form and your contribution will be considered for inclusion.
  • Investigative journalism  ( 10 items )
    This section contains a number of modules covering investigative journalism. Most have been donated to Media Helping Media by internationally recognised experts in this field. If you want to add to this section, please use the contact us form and your contribution will be considered for inclusion.
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