The balance between breaking news and enterprise reporting can be, at best, a delicate one for student and professional journalists. Hear from journalists who have done both breaking news and enterprise reporting. If you’re looking for ways to make your… Read More »Time Now for the SPJ Story Exchange: Breaking and Enterprise in a Digital Age
Community and investigative reporting offer journalism students a remarkable range of opportunities to make an immediate difference in people’s day-to-day lives through their work, but teaching the advanced skills needed to “dive deep” can be challenging. This panel will focus… Read More »Building the Next Generation of Community and Investigative Journalists
Every story deserves a strong headline, but it takes some journalists a whole career to become good at writing one. You can do it in just 50 minutes thanks to this session, which will offer three simple steps to help… Read More »Headless Body in a Topless Bar: Headline Writing 101
Newsgathering is dangerous and safety considerations are no longer just for journalists going off to war. Domestic journalists face hazards every day on the streets of their own communities. From door-knocks, crime, extreme weather, civil unrest and covering politics, the… Read More »Journalist Safety Update 2022
Journalists who have freelanced for a while soon become ready for something newer, bigger and better. This session will move colleagues beyond the Freelancing 101 basics of launching a freelance journalism business by providing tips for finding new, more and… Read More »Freelancing 201: It’s Been Awhile — How Do I Expand My Freelance Business?