New date: Join us for a conversation about reporting on race

March 29, 2017 01:30

RTDNA is partnering with the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) to provide a unique training opportunity in Washington, DC on Wednesday, April 12th: Join us for a conversation about reporting on race. The session will be held at the Newseum and was rescheduled from March 14.

See all the details below, along with a link to register.
 

Please note: If you previously registered for the March event and plan to attend the April event, you will need to register again.

Register here.
 

Join Us for a Conversation About Reporting on Race

April 12, 2017 | Newseum | Washington, D.C.
Knight Conference Center - 8th Floor
12 p.m. – Lunch
12:30 p.m. – Program

Local radio and TV broadcasters are part of the communities they serve. During times of unrest they capture and reflect the voices and feelings of those around them. As first informers, trusted reporters, investigators and public servants, local reporters put themselves on the front lines to report up-to-the-minute information. Join an important conversation as broadcasters unveil a new toolkit to assist newsrooms in reporting on race.
 
Join the conversation.

Hear from journalists, news directors, journalism school academics and broadcast industry leaders about their experiences and recommendations for covering racially sensitive stories.

Register now to hear from those who have been on the front lines.
 
  • Learn how news directors decide to cover crisis situations.
  • Listen to reporters talk about their experiences reporting breaking news.
  • Understand how social media has changed crisis reporting.
  • Hear about guidelines and recommendations developed by the broadcast industry to assist the corporate offices, news directors, reporters and videographers covering racially sensitive stories.
Click here to view the agenda and list of panelists.

Join the conversation at #AwarenessInReporting.

This event has been organized to comply with applicable House and Senate gift rules.
 
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