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The most recent Local That Works webinar was held on on Tuesday, July 12, 2022 at 2 p.m. Eastern time. You can view the recording below. Many...

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Click here for a summary of this session Local journalists are always facing ethical questions, but often don’t have the time or context to...

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What to say: Choosing the best words and most accurate language As journalists we all know words are important. But some of the words we choose may...

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The PMJA Training Committee is offering a two-part series of webinars focused on the U.S. Census. PART ONE: U.S. Census data: how to find it and...

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Newsrooms want great interns, and guess what? Interns want to work in a place where they can learn valuable journalism skills. If you missed our...

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There’s never been a time when it’s been more important for public radio stations to have a direct connection with audiences. With that...

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With the pandemic more than a year old in the U.S., are you looking for better ways to gather audio remotely? Whether it’s coaxing the best...

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Alberto Mendoza, Executive Director of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists joined Colorado Public Radio’s Rachel Estabrook to...

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If you missed our recent webinar with journalist Megan Luther on strategies white journalists can employ to help make the newsroom a more inclusive...

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On Wednesday, March 10, PMJA held the third in a four-part series of webinars called “Level Up.” The recording of the this webinar...

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On Wednesday, March 3, PMJA held the second in a four-part series of webinars called “Level Up.” The recording of the this webinar...

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Good journalists live by certain principles, but understand that they also need to be open to change, be willing to learn and be ready to help...

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