On March 23, journalists will gather at the Arizona State University’s Washington Center in Washington, D.C., for a day of interactive sessions and networking.
The free program is designed for any reporter who wants to improve his or her reporting of business, government and the economy.
The workshop is scheduled for Friday, March 23, and will feature Craig Gordon, Bloomberg News Bureau Chief in Washington, D.C. Rob Wells, the former deputy bureau chief for the Wall Street Journal in Washington, will present on digging into the background of campaign contributors. Chris Adams, director of training at the National Press Foundation, will conduct a data-training session.
Reg Chua, chief operating officer at Reuters News, will give a luncheon presentation on the future of journalism and how business reporters can thrive in the changing environment.
Attendees will be among the first to tour the Cronkite School’s new Washington Center, at 1800 I St., N.W., one block off Farragut Square in the heart of the city’s business district.
Space is still available for interested journalists. Click here to register.