The inaugural NABJ Arts & Entertainment Media Institute is a full day of training and networking for students, journalists and communicators who work or want to work in the arts, culture and entertainment space. Registration is now OPEN!
Experts and industry insiders will equip attendees with the tools and tips necessary to successfully chart their career course.
Participate in real-world, real-time discussions about the state and future of our industry.
Join us in LA for hands-on workshops and sessions designed to help enhance your network, professional skills and portfolio.
Book by phone: 833-797-0443 (Please refer to “National Assn. of Black Journalists” when making reservations by phone)
Check-in/Check-out: April 14 – April 16
Discounted rates: $179 plus tax for a king bed
Reservation deadline: Friday, March 31.
Complimentary WIFI in all guest rooms and Lobby
Overnight valet parking of $37 per night
NOTICE:At check-in, the credit card provided to the Front Desk Agent will be authorized for room tax and incidentals. The amount for incidentals is $75 per night. The authorization is a hold on the credit card and not an actual charge. Upon check out, the final amount charged onto the credit card would be what was spent during the stay. Any remaining funds would be released back to the credit card.
Speaker info coming soon! Schedule subject to change.
9:00 AM – 10:10 AM | Opening Keynote: In Conversation with Nekesa Mumbi Moody
10:10 AM – 11:25 AM | Mastering the Red Carpet
10:10 AM – 11:25 AM |The Art of Music Reporting
10:10 AM – 11:25 AM |Breaking Into Entertainment PR
11:35 AM – 12:50 PM | Mock Celebrity Interviews
11:35 AM – 12:50 PM | The Future of Journalism Education
11:35 AM – 12:50 PM | The Real Real About Film Criticism
1:40 PM – 2:55 PM |Mock Celebrity Interviews
1:40 PM – 2:55 PM | Investigating the Culture
1:40 PM – 2:55 PM | From Screenplay to Screenings
1:40 PM – 2:55 PM | Making It Work: Managing the Publicist-Journalist Relationship
3:05 PM – 4 PM | Roundtable: Getting Us Access
4 – 5 PM |Closing Keynote: In Conversation with Danyel Smith and Elliott Wilson