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  • What are top editors looking for in an investigative story?

    In the lead up to our Global Investigations industry day, we’ll be doing a series of spotlights on our special guest speakers. To wrap up this series, we’re finishing strong by delving into our third session of the event, Meet the Editors. BOOK YOUR TICKETS NOW   It can be difficult to know what editors…

  • How do you carry out an open source investigation?

    In the lead up to our Global Investigations industry day, we’ll be doing a series of spotlights on our special guest speakers. For our second spotlight, we’ll be taking a closer look at our second session of the event, Inside Open Source Investigations. BOOK YOUR TICKETS NOW   Earlier this year, BBC Africa Eye published…

  • We’re expanding our Fellowship to support more journalists across Africa!

    We are very excited to announce our new partnership with Google News Initiative which will extend the impact of our Fellowship to provide funding and support to an additional 10 African journalists.   Open to journalists from across Africa working in print, radio, film or multimedia, the new initiative will support those looking for the experience and connections they…

  • What is the future of investigative journalism?

    In the lead up to our Global Investigations industry day, we’ll be doing a series of spotlights on our special guest speakers. Today, we’re kicking off with our first session of the event, Dorothy Byrne – In Conversation. BOOK YOUR TICKETS NOW   Dorothy Byrne, Head of News and Current Affairs at Channel 4, is…

  • A Right to Report

    Though there is a growing recognition of the threats to media freedom, journalists and filmmakers are increasingly under pressure to report against the backdrop of restrictions, imprisonment and violence.   Al Jazeera journalist Mahmoud Hussein was arrested and jailed in Egypt 2 years ago.   Whether you’re a freelance reporter, a large broadcaster or a…

  • Introducing: OWM Presents

    From Sudan’s First Flying Robot Farmer to Korean Lovers in Baghdad, explore a selection of short films, photo essays and articles created by the One World Media alumni in our new playlist! WATCH HERE

  • Celebrating 10 years at One World Media!

    After 10 years at One World Media, Leanne Dmyterko shares her highlights. After an incredible 10 years at One World Media, Leanne Dmyterko is moving on to a new role. Over her time here, Leanne has shaped the One World Media Awards into one of the industry’s most prestigious and exciting events, and she will be greatly missed!…

  • Syrian media organisation ‘Radio Fresh’ receives One World Media Award

      This week marked the 31st year of One World Media celebrating journalistic excellence in international media coverage of developing countries. At our annual ceremony hosted by Channel 4’s Jon Snow, we announced the winners of the One World Media Awards 2019. Radio Fresh, based in Idlib, Syria, was announced as the winner of the prestigious One World Media…

  • 12 Fellows selected from a record-breaking number of entries!

      We are thrilled to welcome these 12 talented filmmakers and journalists to our 2019 Fellowship program!    This year we received a record-smashing number of entries, from over 50 countries, reflecting our continued commitment to support emerging talent from all over the world. From Yzza, a Moroccan doc filmmaker reporting on the challenges of the seasonal workers…

  • Catch up on the year’s underreported stories

      As we count down to the One World Media Awards 2019 it occurred to us that our longlisted entries present an excellent set of playlists to catch up on the past year of underreported stories. Across our 15 award categories, these playlists represent some of the industry’s best media coverage of developing countries. Starting with our…