Oct. 21, 2008  

Journalism Training Events in Florida

From JournalismTraining.org:

Whether you are looking to capture that award-winning photo, improve your writing skills, develop your management skills or begin a new freelancing career, JournalismTraining.org has you covered. By using our searchable database, you will find top-notch instruction that meets your needs.

Search by topic, date or location. Or use the advanced search feature to create a more specific search. With the on-site training, fellowships and Web-based training, there are over 600 opportunities to advance your career – some can even be delivered to your door.

Here are just a few of the training programs you will find atJournalismTraining.org, the site created for you by the country’s leading journalism organizations:

Blogging for Storytellers and Journalists, sponsored by Naples Press Club
InfoGraphics: Planning, Reporting & Presenting, sponsored by Poynter Institute
Computer-Assisted Reporting Boot Camp, sponsored by Investigative Reporters and Editors
Leadership for New Managers, sponsored by Poynter Institute
Spring Publishers’ Conference, sponsored by Suburban Newspapers of America

Check out these journalism blogs from organizations such as News University and Society for News Design for training tips and story ideas. Visit the Reading Room to find topics such as “Write brightly, not tritely!” and “Going Live: Tips for Better Reporting.” Or bring customized training provided by names you trust to your newsroom.

Whatever the training need, let JournalismTraining.org help you find the training that meets your needs, when you need it, and where you need it. You will find hundreds of classes and seminars from scores of recognized organizations.

Managed by the Society of Professional Journalists, JournalismTraining.org represents collaboration among the Council of National Journalism Organizations, press and broadcast associations, and schools of journalism. It is funded by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.

For more information or to suggest a resource for JournalismTraining.org, write to training@spj.org or call SPJ today at (317) 927-8000.

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