Agnes Szabo
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e-Learning Course Online Journalism

The Online journalism e-learning course, @ RNTC in the Netherlands, provides knowledge and skills while promoting best practices in online journalism. It strengthens capabilities in both multimedia and online storytelling, as well as raising awareness of the changing environment (e.g. with regard to technology, the economy and public expectations) in which journalists have to operate.Further information:http://rntc.nl/elearningSee More
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Online journalism e-learning course

The Online journalism e-learning course, @ RNTC in the Netherlands, provides knowledge and skills while promoting best practices in online journalism. It strengthens capabilities in both multimedia and online storytelling, as well as raising awareness of the changing environment (e.g. with regard to technology, the economy and public expectations) in which journalists have to operate.Further information:http://rntc.nl/elearningSee More
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Online Journalism e-learning course

The Online journalism e-learning course, @ RNTC in the Netherlands, provides knowledge and skills while promoting best practices in online journalism. It strengthens capabilities in both multimedia and online storytelling, as well as raising awareness of the changing environment (e.g. with regard to technology, the economy and public expectations) in which journalists have to operate.Further information:http://rntc.nl/elearningSee More
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Online journalism e-learning course

The Online journalism e-learning course, @ RNTC in the Netherlands, provides knowledge and skills while promoting best practices in online journalism. It strengthens capabilities in both multimedia and online storytelling, as well as raising awareness of the changing environment (e.g. with regard to technology, the economy and public expectations) in which journalists have to operate.Further information:http://rntc.nl/elearningSee More
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Brussels Reporters helps correspondents to hit the ground running by acting as a central resource for all information. Join the Brussels Reporters group to get to grips with issues affecting your daily life and work in the European capital.
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Online Community Manager
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Newspaper, Television, Radio, Online, Print
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RNTC
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http://www.linkedin.com/pub/agnes-szabo/1b/a86/353
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I would like to promote our courses designed for journalists
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i am Junior Marketing Consultant at RNTC

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e-Learning Course Online Journalism

Posted on January 26, 2012 at 10:33 0 Comments

The Online journalism e-learning course, @ RNTC in the Netherlands, provides knowledge and skills while promoting best practices in online journalism. It strengthens capabilities in both multimedia and online storytelling, as well as raising awareness of the changing environment (e.g. with regard to technology, the economy and public expectations) in which journalists have to operate.

Further information:http://rntc.nl/elearning

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At 7:09 on February 16, 2013, Rikard Berglin said…

Hi!


I would like to invite you to join www.travelingjournalist.com. Traveling Journalist is a brand new hospitality network, tailor made for journalists.

Over at Traveling Journalist we help visiting colleagues from around the world with everything related to journalism.

This can be anything from a free place to sleep, doing research, interpreting, taking photos, video editing or booking interviews.

This way we can all travel the world for cheap, make new friends and make our jobs even more fun. It’s pretty great!

Traveling Journalist is totally free and always will be totally free.

Hope to see you there!

 
 
 

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