Whether you’re looking for training in investigative business journalism, SEC-document digging or social-media sourcing, the Reynolds Center has you covered with our schedule of free training for fall 2013.
Jump-start your business coverage and your career with online and in-person sessions taught by award-winning journalists and professors.
REYNOLDS CENTER’S FALL 2013 TRAINING SCHEDULE
Learn in just one hour a day with these free webinars:
- SEC Filings Master Class, Oct. 8-10, with Footnoted.com founder Michelle Leder.
- Data Journalism 101, Oct. 22-23, with Pulitzer winner Michael J. Berens of The Seattle Times.
- Sourcing with Social Media: Tips from a Corporate Sleuth, Nov. 13, with competitive-intelligence expert Sean Campbell.
- The Fracking Revolution: Finding Energy Stories Everywhere, Dec. 4, with NPR’s Marilyn Geewax.
And don’t miss these free workshops:
- Phoenix: Accountability in Indian Country: Be a Better Business Watchdog, July 18, with Investigative Reporters and Editors Training Director Jaimi Dowdell.
- Madison, Wis.: Finding Your Best Investigative Business Story, Sept. 28, with Northwestern University Professor Alec Klein.
Apply for fellowships for seminars in Phoenix Jan. 2-5:
- Strictly Financials Seminar, for journalists seeking to master financial statements and SEC documents.
- Business Journalism Professors Seminar, for prospective professors who want to teach an undergraduate class in business journalism.
Try our training at journalism conferences:
- Orlando @NABJ: The Business of Me, July 31, with Twitter’s Mark S. Luckie.
- New York @AAJA: Covering Your Local Economy, Aug. 21, with NPR’s Marilyn Geewax. Just $21.49. Full conference registration not required.
- Boston @ NLGJA: Social Media ROI for Journalists, Aug. 23, with Reynolds Center Digital Director Robin J. Phillips.
- Boston @ NLGJA: The Energy Revolution: Finding Powerful Stories Everywhere, Aug. 23, with NPR’s Marilyn Geewax.
- Anaheim, Calif. @EIJ: The Business of Me, Aug. 24, with Twitter’s Mark S. Luckie. Just $25. Full conference registration not required.
- New York @SABEW: Investigative Business Journalism, Oct. 4, with Loeb Award winner Brian Grow of Reuters.
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ABOUT THE REYNOLDS CENTER
Since 2003, more than 19,000 journalists have learned to cover business better through free training from the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism. The center is at Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication in Phoenix. It is funded by the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation, a national philanthropic organization founded in 1954 by the late media entrepreneur for whom it is named. Headquartered in Las Vegas, the Reynolds Foundation has committed over $145 million nationwide through its Journalism Program.