Online Media Campus provides high-quality webinars that help media professionals develop new job skills without leaving their offices. With at least two new webinars a month and archived webinars avaible, Online Media Campus offers many resources to journalists and gives you the opportunity to participate at any time.
As a member of NCPA, you can take the trainings for free with the code: NCtraining
For archived trainings, visit https://onlinemediacampus.com/
Poynter offers news, trainings, guidance on ethics & leadership, fact-checking, and media literacy resources to journalists. Explore 100+ interactive journalism courses and join the international community of 150,000+ professionals, educators and students.
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NCPA members can also receive custom training on a variety of topics that include ethics and leadership, craft of journalism, power and sexual harrassment, and race and equity.
Each year North Carolina Humanities connects hundreds of North Carolinians through a combination of signature programs, grants, and partnerships.
The programs, which are available and offered statewide, are designed to bring North Carolinians together to have shared experiences around the humanities and dialogue amongst themselves. The grants are designed to solicit and respond to local needs and interests.
The resulting conversations foster understanding and deepen human connections that can strengthen our statewide community.
Check out the programs, grants, and resources here.
Better News is a project of the American Press Institute and the Knight-Lenfest Newsroom Initiative, funded by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.
It is designed to serve three purposes: (1) to collect, curate and operate as a central repository of best practices in the craft of journalism and the challenge of journalism sustainability; (2) to provide strategic guidance on the most important issues facing news organizations, particularly local, regional and metropolitan newspapers; and (3) to share important lessons from participants of the Knight-Lenfest Newsroom Initiative.
There’s no shortage of reporting out there — much of it excellent — on the craft of journalism and the challenge of journalism sustainability. And you can learn a great deal from such reporting: Tips, tools, and tactics to make better products, grow audience, generate revenue, or tell better stories. But there are two problems we hear from folks in the news business: (1) Unless you’re actively looking (and even if you are), great resources can be difficult to find. And more importantly (2) without strategic framework, these tips become noise — more things to try, more random and uncoordinated “stuff.”
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