Polish your digital skills at NewsTrain workshops

Polish your digital skills with cutting-edge training from top-notch instructors at APME’s NewsTrain workshops this fall outside Boston and in Seattle.

NewsTrain attendees regularly rate these affordable workshops as 4.5, with 5 as highly effective and highly useful. Here are details:

  • Beverly, Massachusetts, 26 miles north of Boston, on Oct. 14:

o   Sessions include social-media reporting and branding, mobile storytelling, smartphone video and data-driven enterprise.

o   Trainers include The New York Times’ Daniel Victor and Ted Kim, Emerson College’s Cindy E. Rodríguez and The Boston Globe’s Todd Wallack.

o   Register: bit.ly/NENewsTrain for $85.

  • Seattle, Washingtonon Nov. 11:

o   Sessions include social-media reporting and branding, data-driven enterprise, mobile storytelling and open-records law.

o   Trainers include NowThis News’ P. Kim Bui, Arizona State’s Steve Doig, USC’s Laura E. Davis and open-government attorney Angela Galloway. Former Seattle Times Executive Editor Mike Fancher will speak at lunch on bolstering newsroom credibility.

o   Register: bit.ly/SeattleNewsTrain for the early-bird rate of $75 through Oct. 11.

“This is the best hands-on collection of practical sessions with knowledgeable ‘in-the-field’ instructors I’ve experienced,” said Kelly Shiers, who attended Halifax NewsTrain in 2016.

Discounted hotel rooms are available.

Register today!

And sign up here to be notified when details are set for the NewsTrain coming to Toronto in March 2019!