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7 questions with S. Mitra Kalita, editor at the Los Angeles Times

The Indian-American journalist, whose team recently won a Pulitzer prize, has some great advice for students who aspire to media careers.

Columbia J-School has a $4.5 Million Scholarship Budget

Although studying at one of the worlds leading journalism schools can burn a pretty large hole in your pocket, it is without doubt an investment in the future. It equips you with top-notch training, exposure and skills in journalism ready for use in any context anywhere in the world.

Book Review: The Vanity Fair Diaries: 1983-1992

Tina Brown's turnaround of Vanity Fair chronicled in these diaries is the stuff of journalistic legend, a must read for students eyeing journalism as a career.

Opportunity in Germany for young journalists

The European Youth Press covers your travel and accommodation, while you cover a global media event.

Win a Frank Islam Fellowship to study journalism in the US

A mid-career reporter from India will spend six months at the Missouri School of Journalism and at the staff of a major US newsroom.

In Conversation with South Asian Journalists Association Founder, Sree Sreenivasan

The South Asian Journalists Association founded in 1994 has become the biggest networking group for journalists of South Asian origin in North America - we chatted with Founder Sree Sreenivasan for more on how it has reached such heights.

'Don't restrict yourself to a single field of study'

Strategic communications expert Alana Mann has some solid advice for international students who want to study public relations in Australia

Role-Model for Female Journalists in Pakistan

Pakistani journalist, Rabia Mehmood has made a name for herself by being fearless in reporting about significant socio-political upheavals in Pakistan. She is the sixth recipient of the IWMFs Elizabeth Neuffer Fellowship.

Win Knight-Bagehot Business Journalism Fellowships at Columbia

The mid-career fellowships provide full tuition, a living stipend of $55,000 and housing in a Columbia-affiliated facility in New York City.

"I Tell Students the Best Market for the Next Decade is in India"

India's press is lively. Driven by the middle class, newspaper circulation is expanding in India unlike its rapid decline in the West. New titles compete with established dailies. Raju Narisetti, managing editor of the Washington Post who launched Mint in India in 2007, says circulation and advertising in India is growing in the double digits.

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