The Reynolds Center holds frequent in-person workshops as well as webinars to help journalists cover money better.
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Get more from your analytics. You’re pulling analytics, but do you know how to interpret them? Which analytics should you pay attention to and which are less important? What programs are best for measuring analytics? How do analytics tie to your larger strategy? And how can they be used to ensure your great content gets seen, read and shared and helps you produce better content. Learn free and low-cost ways to optimize your content to better measure success and derive…Find out more »
Podcasting Webinar: How to Record and Edit Audio New to podcasting? Learn the basics of capturing and editing audio. Podcasting is all about the story – and it’s all about the audio. This webinar will walk you through various microphone setups to teach you the basics of how recording equipment works. You’ll hear demonstrations of different audio setups and learn how your equipment and recording space can affect the quality of your audio. We’ll also walk you through the basics…Find out more »
Mike Reilley, founder of SPJ’s Journalist’s Toolbox, will introduce 10 easy-to-use online tools and platforms for journalists in this presentation sponsored by the Donald W. Reynolds National Center on Business Journalism at Arizona State University. Attendees will learn how these tools can enhance storytelling and how to get started using them. (Workshopgoers must be registered for the Excellence in Journalism conference to attend.)Find out more »
The 2017 annual NICAR conference (National Institute for Computer-Assisted Reporting) holds particular interest for journalists eager to cover the changing economies of local communities. Evan Wyloge, senior reporter at AZCIR (the Arizona Center for Investigative Reporting) will conduct a pre-conference workshop focusing on datasets that predict urban upheaval sponsored by the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism.Find out more »
Reinventing storytelling and business journalism is the big theme of this April's SABEW 17 conference in Seattle. The Reynolds Center will sponsor one of the program's most compelling and game-changing sessions: Virtual Reality/360 in Your Business Reporting.Find out more »
Calling all IRE attendees: A highlight of June's conference in Phoenix is the free data journalism workshop starring Pulitzer-prize winner Steve Doig. Attendees at the IRE conference in Phoenix later this month are invited to save the afternoon of June 21 for a free workshop led by Pulitzer-prize-winning data journalist Stephen Doig. Doig, professor of data journalism at Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, who served as the longtime Knight Chair in Journalism at Cronkite, presents “(More…Find out more »
Calling all IRE attendees: A highlight of June's conference in Phoenix is the free database workshop starring Pulitzer-prize winner Steve Doig. And it's free! Attendees at the IRE conference in Phoenix later this month are invited to save the afternoon of June 21 for a free database workshop led by Pulitzer-prize-winning data journalist Stephen Doig. Doig, professor of data journalism at Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, who served as the longtime Knight Chair in Journalism at…Find out more »
There's a whole new range of tech tools in town for business reporters who want to sharpen their game. Learn all about them in a free webinar with ASU's innovation chief Eric Newton. Mark your calendar for 3:00 PM EDT August 21, when groundbreaking digital journalist Eric Newton reveals the tech tools that every business reporter should be using. In "10 Great Digital Tools for Business Journalists," sponsored by the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Reporting in partnership with SABEW, Newton will…Find out more »
The Barlett & Steele 2017 awards will be presented on Monday, Nov. 20, at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication . What does it take to produce an award-winning piece of investigative business journalism? Does it require dozens of pavement-pounding reporters who methodically uncover the mishandling of potentially fatal prescription doses? Or can it be one man bent on revealing how ruthless executives profited from the demise of a beloved employee-owned business? On the evening of Nov. 20,…Find out more »
The Reynolds Center invites journalists to Strictly Financials workshops in Phoenix, Washington D.C. and Los Angeles. Business journalists are invited to attend a series of free workshops from the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism that provide the crucial tools to improve business reporting. The Strictly Financials workshops are one-day events in Phoenix, Washington, D.C., and Los Angeles that feature Pulitzer Prize winners and leading financial experts. Registration for the events scheduled throughout 2018 is currently open. The…Find out more »