Great opportunity for aspiring photojournalists seeking large publication experience: the Los Angeles Times is looking for an intern. It sounds like start/end dates are flexible, so get those applications in! Job Posting: The Los Angeles Times is seeking applicants for a year long paid internship. We will consider recent college graduates who have appropriate photojournalism experience. The photographer can expect to work on a variety of both daily and longer term assignments throughout California. Additionally, the photographer can expect to work with editors to include audio and video components with their stories. Please send a letter, a resume and a link to an online presentation of your work to firstname.lastname@example.org. Update 4/20/2010: This position has been filled. Thanks to all who applied!
Are you a professional African photo/multimedia journalist and you value free international training and a great opportunity in the run-up to, and during, the FIFA World Cup in South Africa in 2010? World Press Photo Foundation, Free Voice, Africa Media Online and lokaalmondiaal welcome African photo/multimedia journalists to participate in a great multimedia training opportunity. What is Twenty Ten? The Twenty Ten project is inspired by the 2010 FIFA World Cup -which is being organized on the African continent for the first time- and the media opportunities this has to offer. Football is an integral aspect of life all over Africa, as well as in the rest of the world. This project aims to give African journalists a voice, both on the African continent, as worldwide. It offers African journalists the opportunity to present their own view of African reality, as opposed to depending on foreign news organizations. Twenty Ten is a…
We are excited to announce that Tim Hussin will be joining MediaStorm as our Summer 2009 intern. Tim Hussin is an award-winning photographer and a recent graduate in journalism from the University of Florida. He was named 2008 College Photographer of the Year and will intern at National Geographic in Fall 2009. Hussin has interned at the Monroe Evening News, Deseret News and Rocky Mountain News. He was a student at the Eddie Adams Workshop in 2008 where he was awarded an assignment at Washingtonpost.Newsweek Interactive. We will also be seeking fall interns. If you're interested in applying, you can get more information here. The application deadline is May 1.
"I enjoy doing stories that challenge me. Wars are by their very nature very challenging environments, physically, emotionally, photographically, so there is a natural attraction there for me I suppose. But that aside, I feel strongly that we should cover the events that shape our world." ~ John Moore The July issue of The Digital Journalist is now online. This month's main feature is on John Moore, a Getty photographer who has spent the last 17 years covering international news. He recently took the photos of the assassination of Benazir Bhutto, and has spent much of the last year in Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan. With a lengthy introduction and interview, and three galleries of Moore's work (Pakistan, Iraq, and the Pan-American Highway), this is a must-see story.