We have an amazing lineup of trainers set for New England NewsTrain on Oct. 14 in suburban Boston. All are experienced instructors with deep expertise. They are:
Theodore Kim, innovation and workshops editor at The New York Times and former mobile editor at The Washington Post. He will teach storytelling on mobile.
Cindy E. Rodríguez, senior journalist-in-residence at Emerson College in Boston. She will teach smartphone video.
Daniel Victor, senior staff editor at The New York Times, where he reports for the breaking-news Express Team. He will teach social media reporting and branding.
Todd Wallack, data journalist on The Boston Globe's Spotlight investigative team, who will teach data-driven enterprise off your beat.
Here's what we'll be learning:
Making smart choices in mobile storytelling,
Shooting short, shareable smartphone video,
Maximizing social media to get your story read,
Using social media as powerful reporting tools, and
Producing data-driven enterprise stories off your beat.
Here’s the agenda. NewsTrain attendees typically rate NewsTrain training as 4.5, with 5 as highly effective and highly useful.
Register today for just $75! NewsTrains often sell out, and the early-bird rate ends after Sept. 14. Also, the first 20 registrants will be entered in a drawing for one of five, free, yearlong subscriptions to the AP Stylebook online. Diversity scholarships are available; deadline is Sept. 6.