The Poynter Institute and the Charles Koch Institute Partner on Media and Journalism Fellowship

Today, the Poynter Institute, a global leader in journalism excellence, and the Charles Koch Institute announced the kick-off of the Poynter-Koch Media & Journalism Fellowship.

The yearlong program will give 45 early-career journalists access to faculty in the field, and will offer courses on First Amendment law, foundations of a free press, media ethics, reporting/storytelling techniques, and other related topics.

Read the full announcement here, and find more details regarding the fellowship’s faculty, curriculum, and application here.

Applications for the Poynter-Koch Media & Journalism Fellowship are now open, and the deadline for applications is May 10th.

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