World Press Institute Fellowship 2019 is a chance for professional journalists to get access to, participate in and watch the function, responsibility and effect of a free media firsthand in among the world’s biggest, most diverse democracies. Through an immersive program, you will find out the way the U.S. heritage principles of a free media and journalistic best practices assist boost transparency and accountability of government institutions, organizations and businesses, such as the most effective ones.
At a guided tour throughout the nation — such as Chicago, NYC, Miami, Austin (Texas), San Francisco, and much more — you’ll meet an interview subject matter specialists in media outlets, think tanks and advocacy organizations. You may hear firsthand reports of new business models being analyzed and implemented among local and national media outlets.
You are going to learn about U.S. history and current affairs, in addition to challenges that the U.S. networking faces while undergoing and reporting on social, political and economic troubles.
Additionally, you will interact with individuals from a number of walks of life and find some spare time along the way to explore by yourself.
World Press Institute (WPI) was created in 1961 to strengthen and foster the founding principles and best practices of journalism from the USA and across the world that cause transparency and accountability of their private and government industries.
Every year, World Press Institute Fellowship brings collectively 10 professional journalists from throughout the world and immerse them from the government, politics, industry, media, journalistic integrity and culture of the USA. Throughout a demanding, curated program where they travel across the USA, they know about the functions and obligations and expanding business models of their U.S. networking, while engaging in the life and times enclosing them.
Located in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota, WPI is a personal nonprofit firm supported by a varied set of foundations, national and local media, multinational companies as well as individuals.