2015 Kiplinger Fellows announced at Ohio State

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Twenty-five journalists from newsrooms around the world have been named 2015 Kiplinger Fellows at Ohio State University.

The 2015 class includes reporters and editors from a diverse range of news organizations in the United States and seven other countries: Canada, Colombia, Germany, Indonesia, Peru, Portugal and the United Kingdom.

More than 600 journalists applied for the fellowship program, which will take place April 26 to May 1 on the Ohio State campus in Columbus. The Fellows will receive intensive, hands-on training in social media, data journalism, video and other tools to thrive in the digital age.

Kiplinger Fellows return to their newsrooms with new skills and strategies for telling compelling stories using digital tools and apps. They’ll join an impressive group of Kiplinger alumni working in newsrooms around the globe.

The international 2015 Kiplinger Fellows are:

The U.S. 2015 Kiplinger Fellows are:

The program has evolved since its founding, transitioning to digital media fellowships in 2011. In addition to the weeklong fellowship, the program offers workshops and training across the country. In 2014, Kiplinger Program training reached nearly 1,400 journalists.

The journalism training program was endowed at Ohio State in 1973 by Austin Kiplinger in honor of his father, W. M. Kiplinger, one of the university’s first journalism graduates in 1912 and founder of a journalism company today known as Kiplinger Washington Editors.

 

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