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International Training and Consulting
by Ray E. Hiebert



Sub-Saharan Africa

Botswana

1975 - Lecture,"The Role of the Media in the Developing World," U.S. Information Service Library, Gaberone.

Cameroon

1975 - Lectures, "Mass Media and American Culture," "The Press and the American Revolution," Seminars for Cameroonian Journalists, American Cultural Center, Douala, Cameroon.

“Mass Media and American Culture," Conference for Journalists and Ministry of Information and Culture Officials, Victoria Chamber of Commerce, Victoria;. American Cultural Center, Douala.

"The News Media Versus Government in the U.S . ," School of Journalism and Mass Communication (ESIJY), University of Cameroon, Yaounde.

Ethiopia

1975 - Lectures, "Should the Media be the Advocate or Adversary of Government," Seminar for Journalists and Government Officials, American Cultural Center, Addas Ababa.

Ghana

1975 - Lectures, "Public Relations and Politics in America," "News Media and the Government," "Radio and Television News in America," Department of Communication, University of Ghana.

"Radio and Television News in America," Ghana Institute of Journalism, Accra, Ghana. "News Media and Government in America," USIS Center, Accra, Ghana.

Kenya

1975 - Lectures,"News Media Versus Government in America," School of Journalism, University of Nairobi.

"News Media Versus Government in America," Kenya Institute of Mass Communication, Nairobi. Interviews on News Media in America," Talking Point and Mambo Leo, two radio programs on the Voice of Kenya, Nairobi.

Lesotho

1975 - Lecture,"Mass Media in America," a Two-Evening Seminar with the Lesotho Union of Journalists, Maseru.

Liberia

1975 - Lectures,"Mass Media and American Culture," "News and Media Versus the Government in America,""Public Relations and Politics in America," American Cultural Center, Monrovia, "Radio and Television News in America," Lecture on ELBC/TV.

1982 - Fulbright Fellowship. University of Liberia and the Liberian National Radio and Television Corporation, to develop and conduct extensive training programs for broadcast personnel, and to consult with University and Government officials on the development of a department of communication at the University, which has been subsequently organized.

1983 - Research, "TheRole, Background, and Training Needs of Liberian Broadcasters," in Monrovia, January.

Nigeria

1979 - Director, Workshop for TV Journalists, "TV and the Presidential System of Government," Kaduna, June.

Lectures: "The Press and Government in the U.S." "Television in the U.S.: An Overview.” "Television and Elections in the U.S." "Television and the Presidency." "Television and Congress." "TV Journalism and American Politics." "Summary of TV and the Election Process."

Director, Workshop for Radio Journalists, "Covering a Political Election," Lagos, , June.

Lectures: "An Overview of the Executive and Legislative System in the U.S.""An Overview of Radio in the U.S.""Radio Coverage of Elections.""Radio Coverage of the White House, Capitol Hill, and State Legislatures.""Sumary of Radio and the Election Process."

Sierra Leone

1975 - Lectures, "The Press and the American Revolution," Institute of African Studies, Fourah Bay College; "Role of News and Media in Government," Seminar for Sierra Leone Journalists, American Embassy.

South Africa

1975 - Lectures,"News Media Versus Government in America," Seminar with Journalists at the Natal Witness, Pietermaritzburg.

"Radio-TV News and the American Government," Seminar with the South African Society of Journalists ( Durban Branch), Durban.

"Impact of Television on Newspapers in America," Seminar with South African Associated Newspapers, Johannesburg, South Africa.

"Role of the Free Press in Society," Seminar with Journalists at the Argus Newspaper Group, Johannesburg.

1980 - Lectures, "Mass Communication and Society," Department of Communication, Rand Afrikaans University, Johannesburg.

"New Techniques of Journalism in the U.S . ," Cadet School, the Star daily newspaper, Johannesburg. "New Developments in American Journalism," School of Journalism, University of Stellenbosch, Stellenbosch.

"Basic Techniques of Journalism," Journalism Workshop for Young Black Students, Writers Association of South Africa, East London.

"The Press in America," School of Journalism, Rhodes University, Grahamstown. "Basic Techniques of Journalism," Workshops for Beginning Black Writers, Writers Association of South Africa, Capetown.

"New Developments in American Journalism," Communication Department, University of South Africa, Pretoria.

"Relationship Between Journalism and Creative Writing”, Pretoria Press Club, PEN, Ravan Press, and Diplomats ICA Auditorium, Pretoria.

"Black African Literature and Journalism," Cadet School, South African Department of Foreign Affairs, Pretoria.

"Journalists' Relationship to Government,""Journalistic Responsibilities and Relations With Government," Durban Press Club, Durban.

"Basic Techniques of Journalism for Beginners," Workshop for Young Black Writers, Durban Press Club, Durban.

"The Press and Government in America,".

"Mass Media and American Society," Department of Communication, University of Orange Free State, Bloemfontain.

"Basic Techniques of Journalism," Workshops for Black Students, Writers Association of South Africa, Johannesburg.

1985 - Visiting Professor, Rhodes University, Department of Journalism and Media Studies, Rhodes, Grahamstown, August. Gave a series of lectures in two courses, "Comparative Media Systems" and "Sociology of News."

Lectures covered the following topics: "The Impact and Effects of News in the U.S.""Trends in News in the U.S.""Relationship of News Media and Government in the U.S.""The Sociology of News Media in the U.S."

Lecture, "Modern Trends in American Journalism," Graduate School of Journalism, University of Stellenbosch, Stellenbosch, August.

1991 - Lecturer, Robert Godlonton Memorial Lecture on Mass Media, Pretoria, South Africa, March.

Tanzania

1979 - Lecture, "The Press and the Third World," American Cultural Center, Dar Es Salaam, June.

Director, Three-Week Workshop for Southern African Journalists, Dar es Salaam, November.

Lectures:

"The Reporter as an Accurate and Objective Observer. “
"The Nature of News and the Development of News Judgment."
"A Reporter's Relationship to His News Sources."
"Putting Impact and Action Into News Reports."
"Developing Techniques for News Gathering, Including Formal Research."
"Getting Background and Using References in News Reporting."
"Basic Elements of Makeup, Layout, and Formats for News."
"Managing the News Process."

Zambia

1985 - Lectures, "Training for Third World Journalists and Broadcasters," The Role of the Mass Media in National Development” Department of Journalism, Evelyn Hone College, Lusaka, July.

"The Role of Mass Media in National Development," Seminar for Journalists from the Times of Zambia, Zambia Daily Mail, Zambia Mass Media Complex, and the Department of Mass Communication, University of Zambia, Lusaka, July.

"Training Third World Journalists and Broadcasters," Zambia Information Services and Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Lusaka, July.

Research, "The Role, Background, and Training Needs of Zambian Journalists," Lusaka, Zambia.

1986 - Director of Three-Week Workshop of Radio News, Magazine Programs, and Documentaries, sponsored by the Zambia Institute of Mass Communication and the Friederich Naumann Foundation of West Germany, July-August.

Lectures included the following:

"Introduction to Radio."
"The Challenge of Radio."
"The Medium of Sound."
"Interviewing for Radio Magazine Shows."
"Radio and Development Communication."
"Writing for Radio." "The Basics of News."
"Gathering News and Features."
"Qualities of the Radio Journalist."
"Actualities in Radio News and Features."
"Bridges and Music in Radio Features."
"Producing the Complete Radio Program."
"Making Radio Writing Vivid."
"Special Radio Problems."
"Final Production of Student Radio Programs."

Zimbabwe

1985 - Lectures, "The Role of Mass Media in National Development," "Training Third World Journalists and Broadcasters, " "The Future of Mass Communication in the U.S.," Institute of Mass Communication, Harare Polytechnic, Harare, August.

"The Role of Mass Media in National Development," Seminar for Officers at the Ministry of Information, Harare, August. Research, "The Role, Background, and Training Needs of Zimbabweian Journalists," Harare, July.

Asia

China

2001 - Research, “Journalism and Journalism Education in China’s 21st Century,” interviews with media, government, and academic officials in Beijing, Shanghai, Nanjing, Hangzou, Guangzhou, Shenjen, Hunan, and Hong Kong, May-June.

2002-2008 - Consultant on China journalism education, Philip Merrill College of Journalism, University of Maryland.

2005 - Research, Interviews with Chinese officials on possibilities of journalism education in China, Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Fuzhou, Ningbo, and Hong Kong, July.

2006 - Panelist, Conference on Chinese Society and Journalism, Fudan University, Shanghai, December.

Research, Interviews for journalism education cooperation with the University of Maryland at Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, Zhejiang University of Communication at Hangzhou, and Jiaxing.

2007 - Keynote speaker, Conference on Developments in New Media, University of Science and Technology, Wuhan, October.

Consultant, University of Maryland journalism program plans, Hangzhou, December.

2008 - Coordinator, Conference on New Media in China, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, May.

Korea

1978 - Lectures, "Mass Media in America," Department of Communication, Seoul National University.

"Mass Media and American Politics," Mass Communication Center, Joong-Ang University, Seoul.

"The News Media and Government in America," Public Lecture at Koreana Hotel for Korean Media and Government Officials, sponsored by the International Cultural Society of Korea.

Research, "Interviews with Korean Media and government officials on the Korean Mass Media."

1981 - Research, "Relations Between Government and the Press in South Korea," interviews with more than 50 media and government officials in Seoul.

Japan

1978 - Lecture, "Public Relations in America Today," A Seminar for Japanese Businessmen sponsored by Ajinomoto Inc., Tokyo, Japan.

The Philippines

1978 - Lectures, "The Role of Media in National Development," Department of Development Communications, University of the Philippines, Los Banos.

"Mass Media in America," Philippine Institute of Mass Communication, Manila. Television Debate, "The Press and the Third World," Hour-long TV Debate with Doroy Valencia, President of the Philippine Association of Broadcasters, Manila.

Caribbean, Central, and North America

Canada

1997 - Panelist on International Journalism Education, International Communication Association, Montreal, May.

2008 - Panelist, Journal Editor’s Forum, International Communication Association, Montreal, June.

Barbados

1985 - Research, "The Role, Background, and Training Needs of Caribbean Journalists," Barbados, January.

Director, "Caribbean Broadcasters Workshop in Barbados," sponsored by the Voice of America, May.

1988 - Director, "Caribbean Broadcasters Workshop in Barbados," sponsored by the Voice of America, January.

Guatamala

1983 - Speaker and discussant, "Conference on the Communication Problems of the Disabled in Latin America," sponsored by the Organization of American States, May.

Haiti

1987 - Research, "The Role, Background, and Training Needs of Journalists in Haiti," August.

Mexico

1990 - Research, "New Development in Mexico Media,” interviews with two dozen journalists and academicians," Mexico City and Monterrey, Mexico, March.

Lectures, "Journalism Curriculum Development at U.S. Universities," Faculty of Political Science, National Autonomous University of Mexico, (UNAM), Mexico City, February.

"Changing Mass Media and the New Technologies," Roundtable Discussion at El Universal daily newspaper, Mexico City, February.

"Impact of Mass Media on American Society," faculty and students at the School of Journalism, Ibero Americana University, Mexico City, February.

"Journalism Curriculum Development at U.S. Universities," Carlos Septien School of Journalism, Mexico City, February.

"Mass Media's Impact on American Politics," Faculty of Political Science, Autonomous University of Nuevo Leon (UNAL), Monterrey, Mexico, March.

"Government and the News Media in America," International Studies Department, University of Monterrey, Mexico, March.

"Ethics and the Mass Media in America," Faculty of Communications, Autonomous University of Nuevo Leon (UNAL), Monterrey, Mexico, March.

"Developing a Model for Global Communication in the Post-Modern World," keynote address to the "Conference on Perspectives of the Communicator in the Mexico of the '90s," hosted by the Monterrey Institute of Technology, Monterrey, Mexico, March.

"Ethics and the Mass Media in America," Faculty of Communications, Autonomous University of Nuevo Leon (UNAL), Monterrey, Mexico.

St. Vincent

1985 - Research, "The Role, Background, and Training Needs of Caribbean Journalists," St. Vincent, January.

Director, "Caribbean Broadcasters Workshop in St. Vincent " sponsored by the Voice of America, May.

St. Lucia

1985 - Research, "The Role, Background, and Training Needs of Caribbean Journalists," St. Lucia, January.

Director, "Caribbean Broadcasters Workshop in St. Lucia," sponsored by the Voice of America, May.

Europe

England

1983 - Research, "Review and Evaluation of Training Programs," BBC, London, August.

Germany

1983 - Research,"Review and Evaluation of Training Programs," Deutche Welle, Cologne.

2005 - Guest Lecturer, University of Leipzig, April.

2006 - Panelist, Social Theory in Communication Research, International Communication Association, Dresden, June.

France

1985 - Research, "Review and Evaluation of Training Programs," Radio France International, Paris, July.

Netherlands

1985 - Research, "Review and Evaluation of Training Programs," Radio Netherlands, Amsterdam, July.

2005 - Guest Lecturer, University of Amsterdam, March.

Scotland

1998 - Panelist, International Association of Mass Communication Research, Glasgow, July.

2008 - Panelist, Developments in Global Communication, Stirling University, June.

Switzerland

1993 - Organizing Committee Member, Consortium of Media Training Centers in Eastern Europe, Zurich, November.

North Africa and Middle East

Algeria

1990 - Visiting Professor, University of Algiers.

Lectures, "Election Campaigns and the Media in the U.S.," Institute of Information and Communication Sciences, University of Algiers (first American professor to lecture in this department), March.

"Using Mass Media for Development Communication," Seminar for the Agence des Actualities Filmees" (ANAF), Algiers, March.

"Mass Media and the Law in the U.S . ," Institute of Information and Communication Sciences, University of Algiers.

"Global Impact of Mass Media on Culture," Department of English, University of Batna, March (first American professor to lecture at this university).

"Impact of the New Television Technologies," member of a panel discussion for Algerian "Open University" educational television, March.

"Defining the New Communication Technologies," member of a panel discussion for Algerian "Open University" educational television, March.

"Government and the New Media in America," seminar for reporters and editors at the Algerian News Agency, March.

Research, "Changes in Algerian Media, interviews with journalists and government officials," Algiers, April.

Iran

2006 - Keynote Speaker, Conference on Crisis Coverage of Mass Media, Tehran, November.

Israel

1998 - Panelist, International Communication Association, Jerusalem, July.

Morocco

1986 - Research, "The Role, Background, and Training Needs of Journalists of the Maghreb," Rabat, January.

Tunisia

1986 - Research, "The Role, Background, and Training Needs of Journalists of the Maghreb," Tunis, January.

Turkey

1998 - Speaker, Conference on Ethics in the Media, Istanbul, June.

United Arab Emirates

2004 - Keynote address, Conference on New Developments in Mass Communication, Sharjah University, Dubai, May.

Eastern Europe

Albania

1991 - Director and lecturer, "Symposium on Freedom of the Press for Albanian Journalists" (first American journalism discussion in Albania), October.

Belarus

1994 - Keynote Speaker, "The American Legal System for the Mass Media," Symposium on Mass Media Law in Belarus, Minsk, May.

1994 - Research, "Developments in Journalism Education in Belarus, February.

Bulgaria

1997 - Lectures, “News Media in America,” Bulgarian Press Club, Sophia, and American University of Bulgaria, June.

Estonia

1994 - Research, "Developments in Journalism Education in Estonia, February.

1996 - Lectures, “How Journalism is taught in America,” Estonian Press Club, Tallinn; “Journalism Seminars,” Tartu University, Tartu, Estonia, March.

Consultant, Estonian Media College Foundation, Tallinn, March.

Hungary

1990 - Research, "The Role, Background, and Training Needs of Journalists in Hungary," Budapest, May.

1991-1995 - Received grants to establish and direct the American Journalism Center in Budapest, Hungary, by the International Media Fund.

1991-1995 – Founder and Director, American Journalism Center Budapest.

1991 - Research, "Interviews with journalists, academics, and government officials on journalism education in Hungary," January.

Director, Three-day Symposium on Government and the Press in Post-Communist Countries, Budapest, May.

Director, Three-day Symposium on Government Relations with the Press, Budapest, July.

Director, three professional workshops in Budapest on "Women and Media," "Ethics in Journalism," and "Education in Journalism,” October/November.

1992 - Director, nine workshops for professional journalists, government officials, and public communicators, in Budapest, on various topics, throughout the year.

1993 - Director, three seminars for professional journalists on various subjects through the year. Organizer, Leonard Marks Journalism Library, Budapest. Panelist, "Violent Crime and the Mass Media," International Congress on Criminology, Budapest, August.

1994 - Organizer, Washington internship program for five Hungarian journalism students, Spring.

1996 - Lecturer, “News Media in America,” George Soros Open University, Budapest, April.

1997 - Lecturer, “News Media in America,” George Soros Open University, Budapest, April.

Latvia

1994 - Research, "Developments in Journalism Education in Latvia, February.

1994 - Lecturer, Symposium on Business and Economic Journalism for Journalists from Latvia, Estonia, and Lithuania, IREX Board, Riga, May.

Lithuania

1994 - Research, "Developments in Journalism Education in Lithuania, February.

Poland

1992 - Director and lecturer, Symposium on Government Press Relations for Polish Government Officers, Warsaw, May.

1993 - Member, American Public Delegation, Seminar on Free Media, Commission of Security and Cooperation in Europe, November.

1995 - Lecturer, “News Media in America,” Jagalonian University, Krakow, Poland, May.

1997 - Lectures, “News Media in America,” Jagalonian University, Krakow, March.

Russia

1994 - Research Interviews with fifty Russian journalists in Moscow, candidates for Muskie Fellowships in the U.S., for IREX, June.

1995 - Research Interviews with Russian journalists in Moscow and St. Petersburg, candidates for Muskie Fellowships in the U.S., for IREX, January.

Slovenia

2004 - Keynote address, Conference on Impact of New Media on World Affairs, Bled, July.

2006 – Presentation, Role of a Journal Editor in Global Research, Conference on Global Communication, Bled, July.

Soviet Union

1989 - Research, "Soviet Media During Glasnost and Perestroika,” Interviews with Journalists and Soviet Government Officials in Leningrad, Kiev, and Moscow, November.

Ukraine

1994 - Research, "Developments in Journalism Education in Ukraine, February.

Programs in the U.S.

1994 - Coordinator, Humphrey Journalism Fellowship Program at the University of Maryland.

Co-Chair, AEJMC Ad Hoc Committee on International Journalism Education.

Principal Speaker , "Symposium on Developments in Hungarian Media," The Freedom Forum, Arlington, VA, January.

Selection Committee Member, Muskie Journalism Fellowship Program, International Research and Exchange Board, (IREX) Washington.

Consultant on Journalism Education in Central and Eastern Europe, The Freedom Forum, Arlington, VA.

Speaker, "Journalism Education in Hungary, Ukraine, Belarus, and the Baltics," and "Journalism Curriculum Development in the U.S.," at the Summit Conference on Journalism Education in Central and Eastern Europe, The Freedom Forum, June.

1993 - Coordinator, Humphrey Journalism Fellowship Program at the University of Maryland.

Co-Chair, AEJMC Ad Hoc Committee on International Journalism Education.

Panelist, "Press Freedom in Eastern Europe," Society of Professional Journalists, The Freedom Forum, Arlington, VA, January.

Lectures, "Freedom of the Press in the U.S.," seminar for Chilean Journalists, University of Maryland, January.

"Overview of the Media in the U.S . ," seminar for Albanian Radio Journalists, Voice of America, February.

"American Journalism Education," seminar for Brazilian Journalism Educators, Academy for Educational Development, Washington, March.

"Journalism in the U.S . ," Seminar for Azerbaijan Journalists, Academy for Educational Development, Washington, August.

"The Role of Mass Media in the U.S.," Seminar for Latin American Journalists, Academy for Educational Development, Washington, October.

Paper, "Hungarian Journalism Education in the 1990s," American Hungarian Education Association, College Park, April.

Panelist, "Developments in Journalism Education in Eastern Europe," AEJMC Annual Conference, Kansas City, August.

Curriculum Development, "Print and Broadcast Media Management Courses," for ten week-long seminars in Africa, Academy for Educational Development, Washington, November.

1992 - Chair, AEJMC Ad Hoc Committee to Aid Journalism Education in Newly Democratizing Nations.

Lecture, "Overview of the Media in the U.S . ," seminar for Southern African Journalists, Voice of America, August.

1991 - Chair, AEJMC Ad Hoc Committee to Aid Journalism Education in Newly Democratizing Nations.

Member, Organizing Committee of USIA-State Dept. to Establish a “Humphrey Program” in the U.S. to be modeled after the Niemann program at Harvard for a year’s study at an American University for international journalists.

Lectures, "The News Media in the U.S.," seminar for Mexican journalists, Meridian House International, June.

"First Amendment Rights in the U.S . ," seminar for Chinese Patent Officials, Academy for Educational Development, August.

"The Role of the Press in U.S. Society," seminar for Near East and South Asia Journalists, Academy for Educational Development, August.

"Overview of the Media in the U.S . ," seminar for Southern African Journalists, August.

"Journalism Education in the U.S . ," seminar for Soviet Journalists, Maryland International Division in Baltimore, August.

Panelist, "International Journalism Education," AEJMC Annual Conference, Boston, August.

1990 - Lectures, "Professional Standards and Practices of the American News Media," Program for 25 Francophone and Anglophone African Journalists, Center for Foreign Journalists and the Phelps Stokes Fund, February.

"Overview of the American News Media," Polish Press Program, East European Journalists Exchange, Center for Foreign Journalists, March.

"Overview of the American News Media," Afghan Journalists Broadcast Program, Center for Foreign Journalists, April.

"U.S. Media Policies, Standards, and Practices," for Eastern European Journalists, Center for Foreign Journalists, Reston, September.

"AEJMC and Journalism Education in Hungary," Voices of Freedom Conference, World Press Freedom Committee, National Press Club, Washington, October.

1989 - Lectures, "The News Media and American Foreign Policy," Program on U.S. Foreign Policy Process for Officials from Jerusalem and Six Arab Countries, sponsored by the Meridian House International, May.

"Labor and Media in America," Program for Labor Officials and Reporters From Developing Countries of Africa and Asia, Center for Foreign Journalists, May.

1988 – Lectures, "Ethics in American Journalism," Program for Bolivian Journalists sponsored by the Andean Peace Scholarship Project and U.S. AID, March.

"U.S. Government and Its Political Balance," Program for Twenty Asian Journalists, Center for Foreign Journalists, April.

"Historical, Philosophical, and Constitutional Development of the American Press," Program for Spanish Journalists, Center for Foreign Journalists, September.

"Ethics and Libel in American News Media," Program for Latin American Television Journalists, Center for Foreign Journalists, September.

"U.S. Political System and the Election Process," Program For Economic Journalists from Malaysia, Indonesia, and Qatar, Center for Foreign Journalists, November.

1987 - Lectures, "Government-News Media Relations in America,".

"Overview of the American Political System," Program for Broadcast Journalists from Developing Countries, sponsored by the Center for Foreign Journalists and the National Press Club, August.

"Skills and Techniques Needed in Today's Journalism," Program for Arab Journalists, Center for Foreign Journalists, June.

1985-1991 - Editor, "Sounds Good," Newsletter of VOA's International Training Program.

1984 - Director, "Caribbean Broadcasters Workshop in Washington," sponsored by the Voice of America, August.

1983-1991 - Academic Advisor, International Journalism Training Programs, Voice of America. Director, Summer Fellowship Program for Third World Journalism Graduate Students, sponsored by the Voice of America, June-July each year.

1979 - Director, three-day conference on "Hispanics and Mass Communication in America," for Hispanic journalists, sponsored by the University of Maryland and the Johnson & Johnson Companies.

Director, week-long conference on "What the African Journalist Should Know About America," for African journalists, sponsored by the National Press Club and Operation Crossroads Africa.

1976 - Director, week-long conference on "What the African Journalist Should Know About America," for African journalists, sponsored by the National Press Club and Operation Crossroads Africa, June.


In Budapest
In Budapest
With the Sheik in Dubai
With the Sheik in Dubai
Seminar in Poland
Seminar in Poland
Seminar in Budapest
Seminar in Budapest
Conference in China
Conference in China
Poster for Leipzig University
Poster for Leipzig University
In Iran
In Iran
Article: African Governments Firmly Control Broadcasting
Article: African Governments
Firmly Control Broadcasting
Liberian Broadcast Training
Liberian Broadcast Training
Training for Third World Broadcastersx
Training for Third World Broadcasters
Current Issues in International Communication
Current Issues in
International Communication
Godlonton Lecture South Africa
Godlonton Lecture
South Africa
Voice of America
Voice of America
Longman Series
Longman Series
Liberian Broadcast Assessment
Liberian Broadcast Assessment
Voice of America
Voice of America
Agency for International <br>
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Agency for International
Development
Communication University in Beijing, China
Communication University
Beijing, China
Chinese Translation of Mass Media
Chinese Translation of Mass Media
Hong Kong
Hong Kong
Great Wall
Great Wall
Wuhan, China
Wuhan, China
Shanghai
Shanghai
Hangzhou, China
Hangzhou, China
Hong Kong
Hong Kong
Ningbo, China
Ningbo, China
Great Wall
Great Wall
University of Amsterdam
University of Amsterdam
Scotland
Scotland
Masada, Israel
Masada, Israel
Sea of Galilee, Isarael
Sea of Galilee, Isarael
United Arab Emirates
United Arab Emirates
Hungarian Journalism
Hungarian Journalism
Estonia
Estonia
Finland
Finland
Hungary
Hungary
American Journalism Center Budapest
American Journalism Center Budapest
American Journalism Center Budapest
American Journalism Center Budapest
American Journalism Center Budapest
American Journalism Center Budapest
Poland
Poland
Poland
Poland
International Communications Bulletin
International Communications Bulletin
American Journalism Review
American Journalism Review
Hungary
Hungary
Eastern European Journalism
Eastern European Journalism
Hungary
Hungary
Eastern European Broadcast Laws
Eastern European Broadcast Laws
Seminar for Foreign Journalists
Seminar for Foreign Journalists
Summer Fellowships with Voice of America
Summer Fellowships
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