Digital Journalism Training through Seattle NewsTrain

What is it? NewsTrain is a full Saturday of cutting-edge training in digital journalism. Attendees regularly rate NewsTrain as 4.5, with 5 as highly useful and effective.

Who should attend? Journalists from print, digital and broadcast newsrooms of all sizes, as well as journalism educators and students, and communications specialists.

Why attend? For just $75, learn digital skills — social reporting, social branding and engagement, mobile storytelling, data-driven enterprise — from expert trainers. Plus, enhance your open-records sleuthing and newsroom’s credibility.

Who are the trainers? P. Kim Bui of NowThis News; Laura E. Davis of USC; Steve Doig of Arizona State University; Mike Fancher, formerly of The Seattle Times; and Angela Galloway, open-government attorney.

Why else should I attend? Be among the first 20 to register and receive a free AP Stylebook — a $22.95 value. Discounted hotel rooms and diversity scholarships are also available.

Nov. 11, 2017 

Apply by Oct. 4 for the scholarships, and reserve rooms by Oct. 11.

Learn more about this great professional development opportunity and register for Seattle NewsTrain HERE!