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The U.S. Census Bureau collects loads of money-related data, waiting to be exploited for your business reporting needs. As of February 2015, there’s even more of it, with a new set of recently released data that’s ready to spark meaningful stories or add layers of context to already compelling stories. Learn how to use money-related […]
This CAJ conference session will teach Canadian journalists to look for the money angles in any story and then locate the sources they need to pursue them in a deeper way. Find registration information at http://www.caj.ca/events/caj15-annual-conference/ The workshop will be lead by Christopher Waddell, Associate Professor and Carty Chair in Business and Financial Journalism at […]
Learn how to follow the money trail when covering political stories at a free, pre-NAJA conference workshop presented by the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism. This workshop will help you better cover campaign contributions, appropriations and agencies, political scandals and candidates’ financial backgrounds. Eliza Carney will lead the session. Carney is an […]
Markets, credit, financing, insurance...all issues that a business desk reporter may cover, but they are also issues in production agriculture. Only one problem: you didn’t study business journalism in school. Christina Leonard of the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism at Arizona State University will give you a crash course on finding and approaching stories […]
Is your list of story ideas looking a little bare these days? You'll impress your editor with a host of new pitches after attending this session hosted by Christina Leonard of the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism at Arizona State University. She will share 30 interesting, quirky and outside-the-box stories with an agricultural […]
Micheline Maynard and Mark Remillard will present tips from the Reynolds Center's popular podcast, How To Cover Money, at this year's Excellence in Journalism Conference. The breakout session titled "How to Cover Money in Any Story," will cover how to find and report on the money angles in your stories. It is appropriate for print, web […]
We’ll introduce you to tech tools and platforms to help you obtain and manipulate data. You’ll learn how to scrape social accounts, without knowing any code. You’ll discover how to use features that are built into services you already use in more powerful ways. Plus, we’ll look at some popular (free!) project management software and […]
You’re using social media, but you know you could use it better. This training will show you how to develop a social media strategy and monitor its effectiveness using analytics, starting with identifying the right strategies for your business or personal brand and how to set up experiments to test your target audience. You’ll learn […]
Virtual reality is the new rage for news organizations trying to reach new audiences and tell stories in new ways. But is it really journalism? And does it make sense for you? In this one-hour webinar, you’ll learn what virtual reality is, how it’s different from 360 video and augmented reality and how it can […]
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