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Application window opens for fall Kneeland Project Forum in Austin

The application window is open for the Carole Kneeland Project’s Sept. 11-14 New Media Leadership Forum.

A number of Texas television news directors are former Kneeland Fellows.

If you have not attended one of the CKP’s leadership forums, now is your chance.

Eighteen news directors from around the country will be selected to attend the four-day seminar which takes place in Austin at the TAB building.

Applications are due June 14.

The workshop is virtually free thanks to great funders like the Ethics and Excellence in Journalism Foundation. 

The Kneeland Project for Excellence in Television Journalism pays all tuition costs as well as accommodations.

Participants cover only transportation and a few meals.

The innovative new agenda engages high-level content experts and focuses on the changing nature of the TV news business.

The forum will tackle such issues as:

  • What's missing from your social media strategy?
  • The world can be sloppy - leadership and ethics in a 24-7 socially networked world.
  • What's happening to our business - what's ahead in the next three, five, 10 years?
  • Big J Millennials?
  • Our viewers have changed. Now it's our turn.
  • How newsroom systems must evolve to meet the changing challenges of our business.

Most importantly, attendees leave the program with a solid plan to guide their leadership decisions starting the day they return to the newsroom.

Read what news directors who have previously attended say about the Forum.

This isn't theoretical information that a news director will put on a shelf and neglect. 

Kneeland Fellows walk away with concrete action items to implement immediately that will make a difference in their station...and their life.

Apply today!

Questions?  Contact TAB's Michael Schneider or call (512) 322-9944.

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