Webinars

Did you miss the PMJA Training webinar "Turning Radio Scripts Into Great Digital Journalism?"  No problem!  The recording of the webinar is now available to view whenever you have the time.

The first in our series of 2020 monthly webinars, this training was held on February 19, 2020 and featured WBUR Reporter Adrian Ma and St. Louis Public Radio 's Senior Photojournalist, Carolina Hidalgo.  

One of the benefits of attending PMJA’s annual conference is having access to a wide range of training and educational opportunities. Now you don’t have to wait for June to roll around anymore.

The webinar archive is now available by clicking this LINK.  You will be asked to register to access the recording.

Public Media Journalists Association, in partnership with the Freedom Forum Institute and the Power Shift project, is pleased to announce that Jill Geisler will present her discussion: “Do You Qualify as an Ally? 10 (of many) ways to earn that distinction,” as a webinar exclusive to PMJA members.

PRNDI Executive Director Terry Gildea and Mark Memmott, Standards and Practices Editor, at NPR presented a webinar on Thursday, January 31 on Building Trust in Your Leadership Team. If you were unable to attend (or want to listen in again), the archive is now available. 

Public radio stations that succeed in being news leaders in their communities often excel thanks in part to a healthy and trusting relationship between the newsroom leader and the station’s general manager.  

PRNDI Executive Director Terry Gildea and NPR Director of Ethics and Standards Mark Memmott presented a webinar on Thursday, October 18 on Social Media Ethics. If you were unable to attend (or want to listen in again), the archive is now available.

UPCOMING WEBINAR: Social Media Ethics

Oct 10, 2018

Social media is an important tool for public radio newsrooms to report news and engage with growing audiences. But as the emotional intensity of our country’s political and social issues continues to rise, reporters and station employees find themselves in a difficult place. When is it appropriate to passionately weigh in on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram and when is it not?

The Culture or Journalism team will tackle social media ethics in a webinar on Thursday October 18 at 12:30 p.m. EST.

UPDATE: Pre-Election Webinar Materials Archived

Sep 20, 2018

Thanks to everyone who participated in the Online Verification and Discovery Training for Journalists webinar this week from The Information Disorder Project. Archived materials are now available.

In this webinar Ithaca College journalism professor Anthony Adornato, a former local TV news reporter and author of Mobile and Social Media Journalism: A Practical Guide, walks you through some of the most innovative ways of engaging audiences on social media. In particular, he discusses how to optimize your social media content through the use of social media graphics and “readable” videos – both of which can be created quickly using a mobile device.

Watch the webinar replay.

WEBINAR: Optimize Your Reporting on Social Media

Jan 12, 2018
Ithaca College

Here is a great webinar for you!  

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