Improve your writing, your digital skills, your visual storytelling and more in this special Poynter faculty event to celebrate our 100th Webinar.
Learn quick and effective techniques to start reporting the news with video.
- Seminar Snapshot
Learn how a backpack journalist survives and reports in such places as Haiti, Juarez Mexico and East Africa.
The effectiveness of fact-checking and how you can use this information to justify implementing or keeping fact-checking at your news organization.
Basic video techniques and principles for print reporters and still photographers making the transition to multimedia storytelling.
Explore the key findings and ask your questions about audiences, revenue trends, media ownership and newsgathering strategies from Pew Research Center’s State of the News Media 2014 report.
When viewers give you the gift of their time, you have to deliver your story clearly and powerfully. So we will show you how to tell your story in less than 100 seconds.
Learn how you can make stories more compelling by developing characters.
If you carry a smartphone, you're carrying a camera. Learn how to make the most of that camera, whether you're capturing breaking news or covering a meeting.
- Online Group Seminar
This course will provide print journalists the ability to capture, edit, produce, and share videos online, on mobile and social media.
- Online Group SeminarApply by
September 30 for this Online Group Seminar
Want to start telling video stories? This course is your guide to shooting, producing and sharing video stories.
- Self-Directed Course
There's more to being a news consumer than just watching the news. Learn to evaluate TV news and become a discriminating consumer.