The Pulitzer Centre is offering global reporting grants which aim to support in-depth, high-impact reporting issues that address the root causes of the global crises around us. They promote and give voice to such stories and help them reach strategic and diverse audiences. The following grant asks you to provide your proposal letter of commitment from news outlets with significant resources to publish or broadcast your work. The Pulitzer supports projects across all media platforms and encourages ambitious, prize-worthy proposals that incredibly combine print, photography, video, and audio for one or more news outlets.
The following grant is only available to reporters, photographers, radio/audio journalists, television/video journalists, documentary filmmakers, and freelancers. This scholarship is open to all nationalities and backgrounds and there is no deadline for applications, grants will be awarded on a rolling basis. The awards will be funded by the news organizations that will publish or broadcast your work. Also, there are no restrictions regarding the topic or location for reporting.
The Pulitzer Centre works for spreading awareness concerning the underreported global issues by providing support for quality journalism across all media platforms. The Pulitzer Centre, formed in 2006 has become the market leader as the largest source of money for global enterprise reporting. They support nearly 200 reporting projects per year, in partnership with more than 150 diverse news organizations.
Here is a brief description for you concerning the following scholarship:
|Educational Level||Reporters, photographers, radio/audio journalists, television/video journalists, and documentary filmmakers, or freelancers|
|Number of Awards||Multiple|
|Nationality||Domestic and international|
|Application Deadline||No deadline|
|Application Fees||Not required|
|Requirements||No specific requirements|
Who is Eligible?
The following scholarship is open to reporters, photographers, radio/audio journalists, television/video journalists, and documentary filmmakers or freelancers.
How to Apply?
The interested individuals must fill out the application form provided on the scholarship portal and submit it. Additionally, the candidate is needed to create a proposal letter of commitment from news outlets on global crises with significant resources to publish and broadcast their work.
Following instructions need to be kept in mind at the time of submitting your proposal:
- The applications must be written in English.
- The description of your proposed project must be no more than 250 words.
- The Letters of commitment from editors and news outlets must be included.
- Your application must contain a preliminary budget estimate, including a basic breakdown of costs.
Following documents are needed to be attached with your application:
- Three samples of published work, either print or broadcast.
- Three professional references can be either contact information or letters of recommendation from interested producers or editors.
- A copy of your curriculum vitae.
The approved projects will receive half of the grant amount just before travel and the rest amount after the submission of the principal material for publication or broadcast.
Awards granted will cover reporting costs and are based on reasonable, detailed budgets.
No specific deadline is given for the following scholarship, scholarships are awarded on a rolling basis. Generally, applications received in a given month receive a response by the end of the following month.