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AP NEWS TRAINING SEMINAR APRIL 9TH IN LINCOLN

Register now for APME NewsTrain, a full-day of cutting-edge, affordable journalism training. It will be held Saturday, April 9, at the College of Journalism and Mass Communications at University of Nebraska-Lincoln, but space is limited.

 

For details on the workshop, click here: http://bit.ly/LincolnNewsTrain

 

For just $75, you can get a full day of digital training, including meals, at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Sessions include:

  • maximizing your social media for personal branding and audience engagement, 
  • making smart choices in digital storytelling, 
  • planning for breaking news in the digital age, 
  • writing for mobile, and 
  • producing data-driven enterprise stories off your beat.

The first 25 to register will receive a free AP Stylebook, a $20.95 value, courtesy of Dale Leach, AP's regional director - Central.

 

Competitive scholarships that cover the $75 registration fee are available for journalists, journalism educators and journalism students from diverse backgrounds. The scholarships are funded by the APME Foundation. Apply here.

 

Discounted hotel rooms -- an eight-minute walk from the workshop venue -- are available for $129 a night, plus tax.

 

We'll let you know when the trainers are announced. They are usually experienced journalists who are experts in their subject matter and also skilled teachers. 

 

You'll find more information and can register at http://bit.ly/LincolnNewsTrain.

 

Thanks for your interest in Lincoln NewsTrain, and I hope to see you there!

-- 

Linda Austin

Project Director, APME's NewsTrain

laustinnc@gmail.com

@LindaAustin