Understand Audiences and Analytics, Strengthen Your TV Storytelling and More: March Newsletter


Dive deeper into understanding your digital audiences, and use analytics to drive your mission. Join veteran ABC broadcaster Byron Pitts in our master class, and share your NewsU story for a chance to win a GoPro.

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WEBINARS and broadcasts

Building Strong, Profitable Relationships with Digital Audiences

Join media analyst Ken Doctor in this special Webinar that explores how you can engage and create revenue around what your audience wants and needs. Tuesday, March 10 at 11 a.m. Eastern time. Enroll now.

Storytelling with Impact: Master Class with Byron Pitts

Join ABC News anchor and veteran reporter Byron Pitts in this special in-depth interview on covering the big story with care and context on Friday, March 13 at 10:30 a.m. Eastern time. Enroll now.

See our complete Webinar schedule at newsu.org/webinarschedule

ONLINE SEMINAR

Using Analytics to Drive Your Mission

Explore analytics that matter, and use those numbers to drive audience and revenue strategies. March 23 - April 17. Apply now.

See our complete list of upcoming seminars at newsu.org/groupseminarschedule

SPECIALIZED REPORTING INSTITUTE

Keeping the Peace, Peacefully: Covering Police and Community Relations

This two-day seminar will cover issues ranging from race and community relations and police strategies to control violence, to police accountability and the mental health challenges police officers face, on and off the job. A Specialized Reporting Institute funded by the Robert R. McCormick Foundation offered in Chicago by the Community Media Workshop. April 24-25. Apply now.

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