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Catching up on Credibility Topics

Thursday, July 29, 2010   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Laura Sellers-Earl
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Hundreds of APME members attended Online Journalism Credibility webinars presented in the past nine months by NewsU and APME.

Though the six-part series is now over, the webinars live on in recorded form, allowing learning to continue. If you missed a webinar or want to watch them again because you have new situations to consider, now is a great time to register for the Training Package, which enables you to view (and re-view) all six seminars.

Here is the link to the Training Package:

APME Online Credibility Series
http://www.newsu.org/online-credibility-package

In this series, you will learn:
  • How to identify critical and ethical issues that editors grapple with in breaking news situations with Mitch Pugh, Editor of the Sioux City Journal.
  • How much readers trust online news and opinion with Chris Cobler, editor of the Victoria (Texas) Advocate.
  • The definition of contextual ads and why you want to embed contextual ads with the right content with Kathy Best, managing editor of seattletimes.com.
  • How, why, and whether, you should allow comments on your site with Jack Lail, director of news innovation for the Knoxville News Sentinel.
  • How to find the right balance in managing your social media sites with Dave Olson, editor of The Salem News.
  • Who decides if and when to remove online news content with Kathy English, public editor at the Toronto Star.
Two discount options are available:

If you have enrolled in any of the previous individual Webinars, you may buy the rest of the series for $39.95.

If you have not purchased any of the Webinars in this series, you may buy all six for just $69.95 (the full price for non-members is $89.95).

APME members will receive discount codes for each option by e-mail.

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