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Call for Expressions of Interest to participate in Podcast Skills training

Podcast Malawi
19 Jul, 2023
Journalists will learn how to develop, produce and distribute podcasts.

MISA Malawi is calling for Expressions of Interest (EoI) to participate in five-day Podcast Skills training scheduled for 7-11 August 2023 at Mtolankhani House in Lilongwe.

In partnership with DW Akademie, Deutsche Welle’s centre for education, knowledge transfer and media development, MISA Malawi seeks to build and strengthen podcasting skills and knowledge of media practitioners in Malawi. During the upcoming training, journalists will learn how to develop, produce and distribute podcasts including crisis podcasts.

Target Group

The training is open to media practitioners who are MISA Malawi paid-up members. We have space for 12 participants.

The selected participants will be required commit to attend the training for all the five days.

Our approach

You will get know and practice different approaches that experienced podcasters use in developing, producing and distributing podcasts.

Send your short motivation letters not later than Wednesday, July 26, 2023 to info@misamalawi.org, Copy moseschitsulo@gmail.com and mayamikokac@gmail.com. The motivation should include the following:

  1. Experience, include years spent working as a journalist.
  2. Current work place (indicate if you are a freelancer)
  3. How the training will benefit you as an individual and/or your media outlet
  4. Commitment to attend the training for five days

Only shortlisted participants will be invited. Those who will be busy with other work-related and personal duties during the days of this training should not apply!

Contacts

Moses Chitsulo – 0884329072/Mayamiko Kachipande – 0880589593

About MISA

The Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA) was founded in 1992. Its work focuses on promoting, and advocating for, the unhindered enjoyment of freedom of expression, access to information and a free, independent, diverse and pluralistic media.

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