In-Person Training

  • Room for Trust: Creating Space for Real Engagement (April 2017)

    Seminar
    04/21

    You can learn more and sign up for this program here.

    Americans’ trust and confidence in the media is at an all-time low. Meanwhile, journalists’ need to build relationships and loyalty with the audience is more important than ever. How do you connect the two? In an intensive one-day, hands-on workshop, we’ll dive into case studies and best practices, identify lessons and create unique audience engagement approaches for your news organization.

  • Poynter Summit on Reporting and Editing (May 2017)

    Seminar
    05/07-05/12

    APPLY TODAY!

    In a 24/7 news cycle, how do you cut through the noise and tell stories that connect with your audience?

    Break out of your routine with the Reporting and Editing Summit. Our lineup of award-winning journalists and expert teachers will show you how digital approaches and storytelling tools can transform your work—whether it’s a daily story or a major project.

    Two tracks will help you dig deeper: beat/enterprise reporting and editing.

  • Teachapalooza VII (June 2017)

    Seminar
    06/02-06/04
    Apply By: 
    05/08

    Teachapalooza is the place to catch up, power up and re-ignite your passion for teaching. Join us June 2-4, 2017, at the Poynter campus in St. Petersburg, Fla., for three fast-paced days of relevant, cut-to-the-chase learning for journalism educators.

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Faculty Spotlight

  • Senior Faculty, Broadcast and Online

    Al Tompkins is The Poynter Institute’s senior faculty for broadcasting and online. For almost 10 years, thousands of people a day read his online journalism story idea column “Al’s Morning Meeting” on Poynter.org.

  • Senior Faculty

    Butch Ward is senior faculty and former managing director at The Poynter Institute, where he teaches leadership, editing, reporting and writing.

    He worked for 27 years in newspapers, at The Philadelphia Inquirer and Baltimore News American, and was managing editor in both newsrooms. Before joining Poynter in 2005, he spent three years being covered by journalists as vice president for corporate and public affairs at Independence Blue Cross in Philadelphia.