Innovative community radio producers have a rare opportunity.
The Nieman Foundation for Journalism is accepting applications now for its next group of Knight Visiting Nieman Fellows. Those selected will work up to 12 weeks on a project they’ve proposed. Fellowships are hosted at Harvard University.
Ann Maris Lipinski writes that past projects have been diverse, “Reporters, developers, editors, academics, and others from the U.S. and abroad have been among the applicants we’ve supported. The projects have ranged from Pulitzer-winning correspondent Paul Salopek’s epic seven-year walk across the globe to test concepts of slow journalism, to futurist Amy Webb’s provocative plans for rewriting the future for journalism schools.”
The deadline for applying is Oct. 14. Interested community radio producers can apply online.