The Twenty Ten project is for professional journalists of African nationality who are currently living in Africa. It is a multidisciplinary media project, which aims to encourage media professionals to creatively produce and distribute articles, images, broadcasts and multimedia productions related to African football.

The Twenty Ten 'All Stars' are 108 journalists from different journalistic disciplines (radio, photo, print) and together they represent 35 different African countries. Currently enrolled in the Twenty Ten training programme, these journalists will complete the programme at the end of 2009, and several will be selected to join the Twenty Ten 'Dream Team', which will travel to South Africa from June to July 2010.

The Twenty Ten project is currently seeking journalists with an interest in multimedia to sign up for the training programme, and the chance to become a member of the Twenty Ten Dream Team.

Application deadlines and procedures
Those wishing to be considered for the Twenty Ten multimedia training programme must submit an application form and a motivation letter to frederiek@worldpressphoto.org no later than 15 December 2009.

For more information, go to the Twenty Ten website at www.roadto2010.com, or for more details, review the Twenty Ten application form at www.worldpressphoto.org/twentytenapplication.

Source: Biz Community, 19 November 2009