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The Media Project seeking Managing Editor

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Friends Who Care About Religion Reporting, I am looking to hire a managing editor based in NYC to lead a rebranded online magazine from The Media Project to be called ReligionUnplugged.com. We are looking for a tech forward, ambitious editor who knows how to build audience and has some knowledge / experience / interest with…

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Who Said It? Attribution Matters

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Attribution is ascribing a work or remark to a particular person. With the popularity of pithy sayings on social media, it is tempting to quickly Google a list of quotes from a famous person, such as Gandhi, Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther King Jr. or even Jesus. However, these quickly “sourced” quotes are not always accurate.…

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9 essential marketing insights about typography

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By Matthew Stibbe, Articulate Marketing Typography affects your credibility Errol Morris carried out an experiment on New York Times readers. Presenting the same information in different fonts, he tested how credible it seemed. Roughly 40,000 people responded to his quiz and it turned out that even small differences between apparently similar fonts had a big…

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Double Jeopardy

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A month ago, Time announced its “Person of the Year” for 2018: killed and imprisoned journalists, dubbed “guardians of the truth.” Those pictured on its covers included Jamal Khashoggi, of the Washington Post; five staff members from the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Maryland, USA; the Philippines’ Maria Ressa, of Rappler; and the wives of Reuters…

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Francis’ story: Where have you been

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On-site and online, our resources provide life-changing training materials to God’s people. In this two-minute video, Francis tells how he found us and the difference it made in his publishing career. “…I wanted to be sure that what I discovered was real.” -Francis Watch the video here

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…the one response she needed.

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The email that launched a career “You say this is MTI’s first time in Africa,” said the quiet young woman. “But for me, MTI was in Cameroon 10 years ago.” When Ivanova Nono Fotso asked to share her testimony at the Magazine Training Institute in Kenya, her astonishing statement took everyone by surprise. Even more…

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Merry Christmas from MTI

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As you spend time with your friends and family during Christmas, please pray for your publishing family around the world. From each of us at Magazine Training International, Merry Christmas!  

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Daphrose has a remarkable vision for the DRC

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Daphrose believes that in spite of endemic violence, civil war, teenage alcoholism, aids, teen suicide, child soldiers, joblessness, and orphaned children, she and her husband, Jean-Pasteur, will see one of the most battered nations in Africa transformed by children and teenagers. “I want to see teenagers on fire for God, to have a vision for…

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Check out our new video: Multiply–Who you help when you give

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Meet the African leaders with a vision to publish and see how MTI’s ministry helps them reach their communities for Christ. In this three-minute video you’ll see the impact of multiplication on your gifts and prayers as the leaders you help reach into the lives of thousands of readers. Watch the video here Your gift…

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Nuru understands the cost of following Jesus

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Only days after he arrived at the Magazine Publishing Institute in Kenya this fall, a classmate he was discipling narrowly escaped death when his friend was killed for taking a public stand for Jesus. While he grieved for his friend and considered returning to Nigeria, his commitment to raise up the next generation of followers…

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