NABJ Media Institutes

 

NABJ Media Institutes

NABJ Media Institutes offer quality hands-on professional development, entrepreneurial guidance, technical training at national and regional conferences as well as sponsored events around the country.

NABJ Presents: The Basics Bootcamp

NABJ Presents: The Basics Bootcamp

With the digital takeover, most journalism workshops have concentrated on multimedia inclusion, including analytics, search engine optimization and other ways to attract readers. You’ll hear what’s needed in the evolved newsroom. But what about writing a story? Or producing a competent package? As newsrooms change, the mission — to do good work — stays the same. Knowing the basics of journalism still matters! Panels for the two-day, intense training will discuss balancing writing an article with the increasing demands to tell the story through different forms – visuals, social media and websites, of course.

 

The 2020 edition of #NABJBasics was held Feb. 14-15 at Paul Quinn College in Dallas, Texas. Stay tuned for more information on the 2021 edition.

The NABJ Millennial Media Summit

The NABJ Millennial Media Summit

NABJ’s Young Journalists Task Force hosts the annual Millennial Media Summit at Columbia University. Each year, esteemed panelists representing various outlets and organizations discuss critical topics including: The role videographers and photographers play in creating digital media; mental health and self-care for journalists; solutions journalism and shifting the narrative around objectivity; and fighting identity discrimination in the newsroom.

 

The 2020 edition of #NABJMillennials was held March 7 at Columbia University in New York, New York. Stay tuned for more information on the 2021 edition.

The NABJ Media Institute on Education and Health

The NABJ Media Institute on Education and Health

NABJ’s Media Institute on Education and Health is the only conference of its kind to focus exclusively on education and health disparities in communities of color, while providing print, broadcast and digital journalists, as well as communicators, with tools to effectively report on or communicate the impact of education and healthcare reform and policy for underserved communities. Journalists and media professionals will leave with resources to inform and empower readers and viewers to action. 

The 2020 edition is to be announced.

To partner with NABJ’s Media Institutes contact: jlwooten@nabj.org