Military Veterans in Journalism (MVJ) and Hearst Newspapers will host Journey Through Hearst Newspapers' Newsrooms and Beyond, an online workshop on Wednesday, June 2 5:30-7:00pm Eastern Time (4:30-6:00 Central Time). **Registration closes on Monday, May 31st.**
In this workshop you'll get an opportunity to learn about various roles within the organization from reporters to editors. Discover the opportunities and excitement in working for a locally-focused media company. Gain a greater understanding of the digital transformation happening in a data-informed newsroom – and network with leaders and professionals in the field of journalism.
Benefits of the Workshop:
Learn more from experts in the field on investigative journalism, digital changes in the newsroom and what it takes to get a story from concept to readership.
Network with professionals from multiple newsrooms across the U.S.
Benefit from having contact information stored in a database for future opportunities.
Content of the Workshop:
Future of the Newsroom - Discover how the digital age is changing the strategy within the newsroom and beyond. Learn how leadership and newsroom teams are transforming the business to be more data focused and digital first.
Investigations - Following a story for months is more of a science than an art. Discover how investigative reporters are tackling this through stories and what an investigation takes.
A Veteran in Journalism: Learn from someone who made the transition from military to become a journalist.
Fellowship Program: A look at what our fellowship reporters go through before they become employees in the organization.
Q&A Session: Time is dedicated for your questions.
After the presentation there will be a networking session with journalists: Meet and greet professionals in the field and learn more about what they do.
About the Organization: Hearst Newspapers, a division within Hearst, has over 2.5K employees. It publishes over 50 weeklies and over 20 dailies, with major newspapers such as the Houston Chronicle, San Francisco Chronicle and the San Antonio Express-News.
Register here for the workshop.
New York, NY
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