Journalists are being urged to apply for a bursary in memory of Midland journalist Terry Lloyd.
Mr Lloyd, who for many year worked for ITN and Central TV, was killed covering the war Iraq. He was working as a non-embedded journalist for ITN when he died after coming under fire in the southern region.
In his memory, ITN and the NUJ sponsor an annual bursary to allow an upandcoming journalist to spend six weeks within the ITV news department.
To apply you need to be an experienced journalist with at least four to six years hands-on knowledge of the industry.
You do not need to be a reporter but you will need to have a reasonable broadcast voice, a good understanding of reporting and an understanding of what makes a good TV news package.
A spokesman said: "This scheme is not designed for someone who has just started in the business but at those who have a good grounding in journalism gained from grass-roots experience.
"Terry came up through the ranks and this scheme aims to help someone from a similar background to get exposure to network news."
Applications are welcomed from NUJ members with a TV, print or news agency background. Staffers at the BBC, ITN or Sky News are exempt.
Applications, quoting reference BUR - 05, should be sent to: Laurie Carrington, ITN, HR, 200 Grays Inn Road, London WC1X 8XZ.