The International Journalism Festival is the biggest annual media event in Europe.
The festival features hundresds sessions and speakers over the 5-day program that takes over Perugia, Italy.
All IJF sessions are free entry for all attendees, without any need for registration
On the web: https://www.journalismfestival.com/
"The Poynter Producer Project helps newsrooms grow their own producers. We have decades of success stories — many of our graduates are now news directors, executive producers and network executives."
"Now in its fifth year, the Leadership Academy for Women in Digital Media is returning to Poynter’s campus in St. Petersburg, Florida. This highly competitive and transformative program focuses on the skills and knowledge needed to rise to the highest levels of digital media leadership."
"We are pleased to invite journalists to join us for a workshop exploring the ecological, economic, social, and public health impacts of wildfire. Meet with the firefighters and foresters tasked with battling fires - and trying to mitigate their severity before they even start. We'll discuss what we as journalists can do better in our coverage of wildfire, among other topics."
"The Computation+Journalism Symposium is a celebration and synthesis of new ways to find and tell news stories with, by, and about data and algorithms. It is a venue to seed new collaborations between journalists and computer and data scientists: a bazaar for the exchange of ideas between industry/practice and academia/research."
"The new massive open online course (MOOC) from the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas and First Draft’s Claire Wardle will arm you with the tools and skills necessary to verify online content and use it ethically in professional, published reports."
"The inaugural Harrington School of Communication and Media Career Fair gives you access to the next generation of 21st-century communication professionals. Student majors in attendance will include: Communication Studies, Film/Media, Library/Information Studies, Multimedia Journalism, Public Relations, Sports Media, Writing and Rhetoric."
"In this series of four short workshops, Barbara Gray, the former director of news research at the New York Times, will guide you through the most accessible techniques for investigating people, find news and verifying the facts online. Class meets April 4, 11, 18 and 25."