Matt Wynn of the Omaha World-Herald teaches at Lincoln NewsTrain in 2016.
Welcome to APME's NewsTrain
NewsTrain is a national touring workshop sponsored by APME that has served more than 7,500 journalists in their own cities since 2003. Programs are designed to provide training in the digital skills, knowledge, and information needed in a rapidly changing media setting, at an affordable cost. NewsTrain’s attendees include frontline editors, department heads, senior editors, reporters, copy editors, visual journalists and online producers working on multiple platforms. College journalism professors and students also find NewsTrain programs valuable, as do communications specialists.
NewsTrain workshops in 2019
- Denver on April 11-12, hosted by Colorado State University in conjunction with the Colorado Press Association Convention. Registration is closed; workshop has happened.
- Milwaukee on Sept. 27, hosted by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Registration is closed; workshop has happened.
- Albuquerque on Oct. 25-26, hosted by the University of New Mexico in conjunction with the New Mexico Press Association Convention. Registration is open.
NewsTrain workshops in 2020
- Fresno, California, on March 27-28, hosted by California State University, Fresno. Registration is open.
- Lincoln, Nebraska, on April 4, hosted by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Registration is open.
- Austin, Texas, on April 18, hosted by the Austin American-Statesman and GateHouse Media LLC.
- Rochester, New York, on Sept. 25-26, hosted by the Democrat and Chronicle.
To be notified when details about the agendas and instructors for these 2020 NewsTrains become available, please provide an email here.
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Trainers' slides and handouts from recent NewsTrains: