CJTP

Student Success: CJTP Graduates Published On The Wire

CMTO has collaborated with The Wire in supporting community broadcasters to produce outstanding current affairs stories.  The graduates of CMTO’s 2023 Community Journalism Training Project have had the opportunity of producing stories for the Community Broadcasting Sector’s national current affairs radio program The Wire.  They used the pitches which were developed through CJTP, and produced …

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Introduction to Journalism In Community Media – Applications Now Open

Applications for this course are now closed Learn the skills to become a news broadcaster at your station! The Community Media Training Organisation (CMTO) is inviting applications for our Introduction to Journalism in Community Media Course.  This is a FREE 5-week online learning course focusing on community journalism and designed to empower community broadcasters with …

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In the know about CMTO: Community Journalism at CMTO

Community media organisations have an extremely important role in the media landscape, providing hyperlocal, independent and culturally relevant news to our communities. The CMTO is dedicated to providing training that bolsters the community media sector’s ability to deliver quality journalism.  We also seek to provide pathways for those in underrepresented communities to learn about and …

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Skilling multilingual community journalists across Australia

CMTO are collaborating with 4EB to train Culturally and Linguistically Diverse broadcasters in community journalism skills.  CMTO’s Community Journalism Training Project (CJTP) is a free 5-week online learning course focusing on community journalism.  The course is designed to empower community broadcasters with the skills, knowledge and confidence to work as community journalists. With 4EB, we …

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Student Success: Community Journalists Share Their Stories

CMTO’s Community Journalism Training Project is empowering broadcasters through online and face to face training in community journalism skills. Throughout 2021, CMTO delivered three rounds of the six-week online course, Introduction to Journalism In Community Media, developed in partnership with Griffith University and supported by the Collier Foundation via the Community Broadcasting Foundation.  During each …

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Skilling-up Community Journalists Across Australia

A group of passionate community broadcasters with a keen interest in stories that matter to their local communities, have just graduated from CMTO’s six-week Introduction to Journalism In Community Media online course. Throughout the course, participants from across the country, recorded interviews, crafted a news bulletin and pitched a current affairs story.  They also attended webinars …

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Starting in AUG 2021: Introduction to Journalism in Community Media

Who is the course for? The Introduction to Journalism in Community Media online course is designed to develop the skills and experience of community broadcasters who are interested in journalism, news and storytelling. The course is suitable for experienced broadcasters or those who have no prior experience/formal qualifications in journalism. What is covered? Community journalism …

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WEBINAR: Basics of Community Journalism

Webinar: Basics of Community Journalism 11:00am (AEDT) 19 January 2021 Community Journalism empowers broadcasters to share the stories that matter most to their community. It provides an antidote to the dominance of current media moguls that threaten both the independence of journalism and the voices in our local communities. This webinar will: Explore what community …

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