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Self-Care For Journalists

Jun 11, 2020 1:00PM—2:00PM

Des Moines Iowa,

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In this webinar…: Creating balance and maintaining your emotional and physical wellness is as important as ever for journalists. We discuss some ideas on how to create that balance to best take care of yourself. We’ll also discuss how to create a healthy work environment for employees. About the presenter:  Tim Schmitt has spent decades…

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50 Ideas In 50 Minutes (ARCHIVE)

Jan 12, 2022 5:00PM—6:00PM

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Originally recorded on January 12, 2017 In this webinar… This webinar offers up creative ideas you can start working on in your newsroom immediately. This will be fast-paced, and will include references to the original stories as well as some great techniques to help you can execute these stories in newsrooms of all sizes. About…

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Classifieds 2017: Feast or Famine (ARCHIVE)

Jan 13, 2022 5:00PM—6:00PM

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Originally recorded on January 13, 2017   In this webinar… Is 2017 a Great Unknown or do we now have CLUES in order to prepare for a GIANT classified windfall? 1. JOBS: Will construction infrastructure programs pass and fill each state with loads of blue collar jobs which LOVE newspaper Classifieds? Will you be ready…

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A Crash Course to Fact-Checking Journalism: Just In Time For Election Season (ARCHIVE)

Jan 15, 2022 5:00PM—6:00PM

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Originally recorded on January 15, 2016 In this webinar… For those journalists covering elections, that means one thing: A lot of fact-checking. Join Jane Elizabeth of the American Press Institute for an introduction on accountability and fact-checking journalism. During this webinar, you’ll learn how fact-checking journalism is different than “regular” reporting and how to identify…

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The Art of Prospecting: Your Guide to Getting In The Door (ARCHIVE)

Feb 12, 2022 5:00PM—6:00PM

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Originally recorded on February 12, 2015 In this webinar… Does the thought of prospecting leave you overwhelmed and exhausted? Have you been told you should prospect but you don’t know where to start? That will change in minutes once you meet “Hector” the prospector and explore why he is still around!Steve Kloyda will share his…

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Social Journalism: The Keys To Connecting With Your Audience (ARCHIVE)

Feb 12, 2022 5:00PM—6:00PM

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Originally recorded on February 12, 2016 In this webinar… As journalists, we strive to engage our communities and build stronger relationships with our audiences. In order to best serve them, we must understand the types of content they value. In this session, Dr. Carrie Brown explains social journalism and define best practices for journalists seeking…

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Engaging Readers Through Your Editorial Page (ARCHIVE)

Feb 16, 2022 5:00PM—6:00PM

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Originally recorded on February 16, 2017 In this webinar… Award-winning editorial writer Michael Smith of the Spartanburg (S.C.) Herald-Journal explains how he crafts his editorials, and offers pointers for keeping the community conversation vibrant, all while maintaining a fast-paced newsroom.

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Using Excel as a Reporting Tool (ARCHIVE)

Mar 10, 2022 5:00PM—6:00PM

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Originally recorded on March 10, 2016 In this webinar… Many journalists hate math, but love numbers stories. With a few easy steps, you can use Excel to crunch numbers in a way that is reliable and fast. Join Erin Jordan as she shares her tips for making the most of Excel as a reporting tool.…

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Build Your Social Media Style Guides (ARCHIVE)

Mar 12, 2022 5:00PM—6:00PM

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Originally recorded on Thursday, March 12, 2020 In this webinar… A social media style guide creates a consistent voice, look and schedule that helps newsrooms engage audiences while providing journalists with information on how to act, speak and use images on social media. Every Tweet, Facebook or Instagram post should align with your newsgathering and…

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