Jordan Media Institute

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Jordan Media Institute
معهد الإعلام الأردني
JMI logo English.jpg
Established 1989
Founder HRH Princess Rym Ali
Location Amman, Jordan
Jordan
Nickname JMI
Website www.jmi.edu.jo
Newsroom at JMI

The Jordan Media Institute (JMI) [1] Is a non-profit educational entity focusing on journalism.

MA in Journalism and New Media[edit]

JMI offers a practical Master's degree in journalism and New Media in cooperation with University of Jordan in accordance with the academic agreement between the two institutions. An intensive professional development and training program catering to industry needs. The MA program has two tracks, a one–year Comprhensive track and a Thesis track. While JMI’s language of instruction is Arabic, some classes and guest lectures are offered in English.

Jordanian Media Credibility[edit]

Akeed [2] is part of the King Abdullah II Fund for Development’s [3] Democratic Empowerment Programme (Demoqrati) [4] that adopted a series of criteria to verify news published by local media outlets.

Journalism Training Programs[edit]

JMI held specialized training programs and workshops that provide professionals and students with the fundamentals of journalism.

JMI trainings held in partnership with:

Founder of JMI[edit]

JMI was founded by HRH Princess Rym Ali on August 14, 2006 and was officially established on February 2010.

Jordan Media Institute.

See also[edit]

  • [3] German embassy to fund journalist training on human rights
  • [4] Jordan Media Institute Inaugurated
  • [5] Memorandum of Understanding ASBU - Jordan Media Institute
  • [6] Jordan Media Institute, Dutch Embassy sign partnership agreement
  • [7] JMI Founder visits National Media Council
  • [8] Jordan Media Institute, UAE National Media Council discuss cooperation
  • [9] Jordan Media Institute on Jordan TV.
  • [10] Jordan Media Institute Students
  • [11] Jordan Media Institute on Roya TV

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1],.
  2. ^ ""أكيد" مرصد مصداقية الإعلام الأردني". Retrieved 24 November 2016. 
  3. ^ "KAFD Home - KAFD". Retrieved 24 November 2016. 
  4. ^ amjadever@yahoo.com, Amjad J. Alloush, IT Department,. "برنامج التمكين الديمقراطي". Retrieved 24 November 2016. 
  5. ^ [2],.

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 32°00′50″N 35°52′22″E / 32.0139°N 35.8728°E / 32.0139; 35.8728