In-Person Training

  • The TV Power Reporting Academy (B402-14)

    Seminar
    08/15-09/30
    Apply By: 
    07/15

    This online group seminar has an in-person component.

    Poynter’s TV Power Reporting seminar has helped hundreds of careers in broadcast journalism, and in 2014, we make this seminar more affordable and easier to access than ever.

    We’re combining the best of online learning with in-person coaching and mentoring to help you tell stronger stories and make those tough calls on deadline.

    In the online seminar, Poynter’s Al Tompkins will guide you through weekly live discussions and feedback on your work. **You’ll also come to Poynter on Sept.

  • TEDxPoynterInstitute: Disruption (DTED-14)

    Seminar
    08/19
    Apply By: 
    08/05

    When a paradigm shifts and the known world quakes, it causes a revolution of thought and action that changes what we know and what we do… sometimes forever.

    The unprecedented development of the interactive Web has launched changes in science, technology, economics, education, business and politics that have shaken our world and changed our lives forever.

    The narrators of our culture call it disruption.

  • Specialized Reporting Institute: Covering Suicide and Mental Health (SRICSMH-14)

    Seminar
    09/15-09/17
    Apply By: 
    08/18

    Modern journalists frequently touch on issues of suicide mental health, from stories of school violence to war veterans returning home. Yet rarely are journalists trained with the skills and knowledge they need to cover these complex issues. During this 2.5 day seminar journalists will gain the knowledge and skills they need to report with accuracy and insight on the mental health issues that impact families, communities and public safety.

    This workshop is one of a series of four regional workshops on suicide and mental health, funded by the [Robert R.

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Faculty Spotlight

  • Vice President and Senior Scholar, Reporting, Writing & Editing Faculty

    Roy Peter Clark has taught writing at Poynter since 1979. Over three decades he has served the institute as dean, vice president, senior scholar, and member of the Board of Trustees. Clark has written or edited 17 books on writing and journalism, the most popular and influential being “Writing Tools: 50 Essential Strategies for Every Writer.” Podcasts of the book have been downloaded more than a million times.

    The New York Times Book Review praised Clark’s book “The Glamour of Grammar” as “a manual for the 21st century.” His most recent work includes the book “Help!

  • Director of Business Development
    Howard I. Finberg is the director of partnerships and alliances at The Poynter Institute. In this role Finberg looks for new training partners, oversees the business side of the Institute’s e-learning site and handles the business development aspects of Poynter’s international teaching. He also looks at new revenue opportunities, mostly related to Poynter training. Previously Finberg was responsible for the creation of Poynter’s e-learning project, News University. NewsU (www.newsu.org) launched in 2005 and has more than 220,000 users in 225 countries, accessing more than 300 training modules.