Still Time to Register for Nov. 16 Southwest Broadcast Newsroom Workshopposted on 11.04.2019
There’s still time to register for the Nov. 16 TAB Southwest Broadcast Newsroom Workshop in Arlington, the largest and longest-running regional broadcast newsroom workshop in the U.S.
Registration is just $45 and includes lunch.
The workshop takes place at Live! At Loews in Arlington, the same hotel and date as the 2019 Lone Star EMMY® Awards gala.
Nationally-known newsroom trainers and several of Texas’ best broadcast journalists will present nearly 20 information-packed sessions at the day-long workshop on the following topic areas:
- Future of Broadcast Journalism - Chip Mahaney, E.W. Scripps Co., Cincinnati; Raquel Amparo, KUVN-TV, Dallas-Ft. Worth; Rachel Osier Lindley, KERA-FM, Dallas-Ft. Worth;Andrea Parquet-Taylor, KTVT/KTXA-TV, Dallas-Ft. Worth, will explore how new technologies and programming will affect the future for television and radio newsrooms in Texas
- Reporting and Newswriting - Boyd Huppert, KARE-TV Minneapolis-St. Paul, a winner of nearly 20 national Edward R. Murrow Awards and Deborah Potter, co-author of Advancing the Story: Broadcast Journalism in a Multimedia World
- Investigative Journalism - Award-winning investigative producers Jack Douglas, KXAS-TV Dallas-Ft. Worth; Mark Smith, WFAA-TV Dallas Ft. Worth
- Videojournalism - Chad Nelson, KARE-TV Minneapolis-St. Paul, and Brandon Mowry, WFAA-TV Dallas Ft. Worth, the NPPA’s 2018 and 2019 Photographers of the Year
- Computer-Assisted Reporting - Sandra Gonzalez, computer-assisted reporting trainer for the Society of Professional Journalists and specialist in Google newsroom tools
- Media Law -Texas newsroom law experts Marc Fuller, Vinson Elkins; Paul Watler, Jackson Walker; Tom Williams, Haynes Boone
Questions? Contact TAB’s Michael Schneider or call (512) 322-9944.
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