TV and Radio

Video Fundamentals for Journalists (October 2014)

Online Group Seminar
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09/29

Want to start telling video stories? This course is your guide to shooting, producing and sharing video stories.

Writing Headlines for Digital and Mobile Media

Webinar
12/05

Learn how to write better headlines for digital media, including desktop, smartphones and tablets.

Getting Started with Mobile Reporting

Webinar
06/24

Learn about the story techniques, training, technology and workflows that enable quality mobile journalism.

Mobile Metrics: Truth and Myths

Webinar
08/01

Mobile traffic is almost 50 percent of the digital audience for many media companies. Learn to use mobile analytics for business and editorial growth.

Quick Hit Investigations: Daily Deadlines Don't Mean Dull Stories

Webinar
09/17

Learn how to tell hard-hitting investigative pieces on daily deadline.

Telling Complex Stories Through Compelling Characters

Webinar
10/08

Learn how you can make stories more compelling by developing characters.

Grading the Teachers: Writing about Teacher Evaluation

Webinar
11/12

States across the U.S. are quickly adopting new teacher evaluation systems that are radically different than the way teachers were judged in the past. Learn what this trend means for teaching and how to provide your audience with an insider’s view.

Making the Case for Fact-Checking in Your Newsroom

Webinar
10/18

The effectiveness of fact-checking and how you can use this information to justify implementing or keeping fact-checking at your news organization.

State of the News Media 2014

Webinar
04/03

Explore the key findings and ask your questions about audiences, revenue trends, media ownership and newsgathering strategies from Pew Research Center’s State of the News Media 2014 report.

Write Tight: How to Cut Wasted Words and Write to Your Video

Webinar
02/12

Useless adjectives and flabby verbs go nowhere. Energetic writing keeps your audience tuned in. Let us show you the difference that the right word makes.