Multimedia professor and Google News Lab trainer shares tools for use in news. Continue reading Michelle Johnson relates how to ‘make Google tools work for you’
The Pulitzer-prize winning feature writer for the Tampa Bay Times, said she considers herself more a narrative storyteller than a journalist. Continue reading Pulitzer Prize winner Lane DeGregory offers tips on narrative storytelling
The categories are: research, notes, social media, newsgathering, monitoring, audio, crowd sourcing, photo/video, data mining, video editing, mapping and sharing. Continue reading Kevin Smith outlines ‘Digital Dirty Dozen’
From wearables such as the Apple Watch to video and audio apps, audio and camera accessories and popular broadcasting apps, Hernandez said there are an array of tools for smarter reporting with smartphones. Continue reading Victor Hernandez dazzles audience with new apps, gadgetry
“Data can be the source of data journalism, or it can be the tool with which the story is told,” Frank Bi said. Continue reading Verge/Vox engineer explains four steps of data journalism
“It’s like being hit by a bus going 60 miles an hour. It still hurts. A lot of us in journalism, we have an avocation—we love what we do and we’re passionate about it. It’s not just a job to us—it’s a life.” Continue reading Panelists discuss trauma of layoffs, buyouts
Schleifstein said environmental journalism in more relevant than ever, especially as breaking news. Continue reading Schleifstein: Readers, viewers know environment is important
We hope to meet you at the Region 12 conference! Continue reading See you in NOLA?