Student editors and faculty advisers to newspapers, yearbooks, magazines, video productions and online media gather for sessions that will sharpen their skills with video/broadcasting and law and ethics also in the mix. There are over 350 sessions organized in seven sequences at the event with various competition displays as well.
"This online group seminar will help you build an investigation, from the seed of an idea to a powerful execution...Over the course of four weeks, award-winning investigative journalist Alexandra Zayas will break down the process to help you think about what kinds of stories to choose, how to build a bulletproof case and how to maximize the chance your work will create change."
"We'll take a look into understanding the principles behind News Feed and learn general best practices to reach your audience."
"A veteran journalist and an expert on transfers will walk you through data that can help you show how your local schools are helping—or discouraging—transfers. And they’ll give you fresh story ideas for this admissions season, as well as tips on how to put faces to the numbers."
"Photographs are an important part of getting readers to both click on a story and engage with it. In many organizations, people without a visual background are an important part of the photo selection process, making decisions about image choice and display. This webinar can help “word” people work more effectively with photos — and with photographers."
"All Christian women who impact our culture in media are invited to become part of this vibrant and growing organization.It is our desire to connect women in purpose and vision. Media is not limited to television and radio. It includes all forms of mass communication, arts and entertainment: Internet/Social Media, Publishing/Authors, Journalism, Film, Music and Support Agencies."