Nieman Foundation Announces New Business Journalism Fellowship

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By kevin Comment

harvard_11-24.jpgThe Nieman foundation for Journalism at Harvard is establishing a new fellowship for business journalists thanks to a nearly $1,000,000 grant from the Donald W. Reynolds foundation. The fellowship is set up for well established professional journalists in the U.S. with business journalism experience.

Nieman Foundation Curator Bob Giles says, “As economic stories continue to dominate the headlines and business news becomes increasingly complex, it’s essential that reporters and editors have an opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of the issues at hand.”

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