Webinar

You Tell Us What Webinars You Want, We Give You 50% Discount. Sweet!

7:09 PM May. 09, 2011 — by Howard Finberg

We have had such fun with our first Webinar series the Poynter Writing Webinars that we thought about doing more topics. To figure out things, we are conducting another survey to help us get a sense of which topics matter to you and what Webinars we could do within these potential series.

100th Webinar Update: What Was Your Favorite Idea? [There are gifts!]

5:01 PM Feb. 18, 2011 — by Howard Finberg

Whether Wednesday's Webinar was your first or your 100th, thanks again for signing up for 100 Ideas to Make Your Journalism Better. The replay, with all the audio and video, is now available. You can watch as many times as you want to catch all the great ideas to make your journalism better.

Not only do we love training, we love sharing our training with others. Here's where you can help.

100 Ideas in 100 Minutes to Celebrate Our 100th Webinar

9:33 PM Feb. 01, 2011 — by Howard Finberg

We are all about the celebration of training. On Feb. 16, 2011, Poynter's e-learning project, News University, will have a training party with every Poynter faculty member sharing ideas and tips to help make all aspects of your journalism better.

We just sent out a news release announcing the Webinar. And announcing our special rate for anyone who has participated in any previous Webinar. (If you've signed up for any of our Webinars, watch your e-mail for details.)

Here's what we wrote:

The Poynter Institute's e-learning site, News University, will celebrate its 100th Webinar with a unique training event that brings together the entire Poynter faculty in a single, virtual classroom. The Webinar, "100 Ideas to Make Your Journalism Better," will deliver more than 100 practical tips on writing, design, video, leadership, social media and more from the Poynter experts who know these topics best.

This will be the first time that the full range of Poynter's expertise will be offered at a single training event.

The Webinar will start at 2 p.m. ET and last approximately 100 minutes. The cost is $24.95. Previous Webinar attendees will receive a discount code that allows them to attend for $10. This offer also will be available to anyone who enrolls through Feb. 10 in any upcoming Webinar or replay of any previous Webinar event.

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