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Monday, 5 October 2015
The New York Times launches David Carr Fellowship
Deadline: 14 November 2015
Open to: journalists who have at least three years of
experience of all backgrounds
Fellowship: the fellow will receive a competitive compensation package
In memory of David Carr, a media columnist for The New York Times, and one
of the most important voices in journalism,who has passed away February, 2015,
The New York Times launches the first David Carr Fellowship. The first David
Carr Fellow will spend two years in The Times’s newsroom covering the
intersection of technology, media and culture. The focus of the fellow’s work
could be steady, sustained news stories, magazine-style features, investigative
efforts, videography, or a mix of approaches, depending on the interests of the
fellow and the recommendation of Times editors.
The fellowship is an opportunity for a journalist early in
his or her career to build upon David’s commitment to holding power accountable
and telling engaging, deeply reported stories. Candidates should have at least
three years of experience and be eager to experiment with creative ways of
storytelling through video, text, social media and other means.
Journalists with experience of all types are welcome,
especially those from digital and new media. The Times wants the
David Carr Fellow to be selected from a diverse group of candidates, so
journalists of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
The fellow will receive a competitive compensation package.
How to apply?
To apply for the inaugural David Carr Fellowship at The
New York Times please submit the following:
A short essay about how your career and your coverage is in
keeping with Mr. Carr’s legacy;