Students at Campus Consortium member schools were eligible to apply for reporting fellowships of up to $2,000 each and the opportunity to work with the Pulitzer Center staff on an international reporting project. Listed below are the inaugural winners for 2010 who have begun their reporting. See all fellows and learn more about the program.
Michael Kavanagh is a winner of the Radio-Television News Director's Association Edward R. Murrow Awards. Michael's recognition comes in the Radio Network/Syndication Service Writing category for a World Vision Report broadcast that is part of his Pulitzer Center project, The Roots of Ethnic Conflict in Eastern DRC.
The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting is pleased to join in the launch today of Reporters' Center, a new venture of the News and Politics channel on YouTube aimed at bridging the gap between established journalists at traditional news outlets and the aspiring journalists who are part of the global YouTube community. Plenty of great video pointers, from journalists like Bob Woodward, Katie Couric, Nick Kristof and Scott Simon.
The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting joins in the June 29 launch of Reporters' Center, the latest venture from YouTube's News and Politics Channel. The channel serves to bridge the gap between citizens and traditional news outlets.
"For the first time on YouTube, veteran journalists are making themselves openly available to aspiring reporters around the world who want to report on the news and events happening around them," said Steve Grove, head of news and politics at YouTube.