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BBC Media Action: Writer Needed to Co-Author Policy Briefing

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BBC Media Action: Writer Needed to Co-Author Policy Briefing

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To: The Media Development Network with The Communication Initiative

From Delia Lloyd - BBC Media Action on BBC Media Action Job Posting.

To respond to this posting, please email: BBC Media Action Senior Policy Manager Delia Lloyd: delia.lloyd@bbc.co.uk

Writer to Co-Author Policy Briefing

BBC Media Action is looking to hire a writer to co-author an 8,000-10,000 word policy briefing on public service broadcasting in the Middle East. The briefing will be rooted in BBC Media Action’s project work in the region. The writer will help elucidate the organisation’s thinking and practice for a policy audience, working alongside staff. Exceptional writing and analytic skills are required as is in-depth knowledge of the region’s changing political and media landscape. The writer must be comfortable conducting interviews in Arabic. This project will commence in early 2015 and last roughly 3-4 months on a part-time basis. Some travel to region required. Does not need to be United Kingdom based. Detail can be found in attached Terms of Reference (see this post on The Media Development Network and register or log in to access attachment). Please send CV, two writing samples and a proposed fee for services to BBC Media Action Senior Policy Manager Delia Lloyd: delia.lloyd@bbc.co.uk Deadline to receive materials is midnight GMT on Friday 12 December 2014.

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Delia Lloyd - BBC Media Action

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