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US helps sponsorjournalism contest

US helps sponsorjournalism contest

An investigavite journalism contest has been organized with support from the Club

of Cambodian Journalists and the US embassy. Cambodian journalists working in print

or broadcasting as well as journalism students may submit entries. Stories published

in Cambodia between November 1, 2006 and November 1, 2007 are eligible.

A committee of experienced Cambodian journalists will shortlist 15 entries and conduct

interviews with writers. A second committee will make the final selection.

Five awards will be given with $1,100 for the top prize. Deadline for entries is

November 1 to the CCJ offices.

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