TORONTO, Jan. 7 /CNW/ - Your newsroom's depopulated. You're doing video, blogging, Tweeting and writing stories. You're wondering what the future holds for good journalism.
This is the conference for you.
What: A one-day crash course on the skills you need to
transform your reporting and reinvent your newsroom in
the new digital age. Learn about emerging techniques,
technologies and models to transform journalism for
the 21st century.
When: Sat. Jan. 30
Where: MaRS Centre, Toronto
Who: Working journalists, managers and students - there are
sessions for every skill level.
Speakers include: Jim Brady, president, digital strategy, Allbritton
Communications and former executive editor of
John Cruickshank, publisher, Toronto Star
Michael Lee, chief strategy officer, Rogers
Rachel Nixon, director of digital media, CBC News
Kenny Yum, editor, GlobeandMail.com
Sessions include: Online videography
Photography crash course for print reporters
Making the most of social media
Searching the Web: Getting beyond Google
The ethics of social media
Cost: Early bird registration until Jan. 15:
$45 - Student members and unemployed journalists
$99 - CAJ members
$129 - Associate members
$199 - Non-members
Register: Online, at caj.ca
SOURCE Canadian Association of Journalists
For further information: For further information: CAJ president, Mary Agnes Welch, (204) 470-8862 or (204) 697-7590; CAJ and conference chairman, Saleem Khan, (416) 494-0908 or firstname.lastname@example.org; To join the CAJ, please visit: http://www.caj.ca/membership