In this webinar, learn how to create quick and effective data visualization, along with some best practices. Data Journalist Sandra Fish demos a couple of examples that any news organization could use – making bar charts with campaign contributions and mapping real estate sales.
Covering small-town government presents unique challenges. The Pagosa Springs SUN's editors, Terri House and Randi Pierce, share some insight into how to cover more than just decisions made by local boards.
The Durango Herald won Best of Show for Online Excellence in CPA's 2016 Better Newspaper Contest, and it's website is one of the highest rated in the state for monthly traffic. At noon today, Claudia Laws, Ballantine Communication's marketing and communications manager, explains in a PressNe…
If you are interested in offering newsletters to your subscribers and community members, or if you are already offering newsletters, then this training is for you. Many publications are seeing success with newsletters, so if you have no interest in doing them, why not?
As traditional print news organizations look to grow digital audience one thing is key: Meet your readers where they are, on the platforms they engage with, and in a form that makes sense for them and your storytelling. Storytelling through video is key for editorial audience growth and reve…
Many Colorado journalists already use CORA as both a noun and a verb. But if you’re not familiar with the state’s open-government laws – or you need a refresher – consider joining us on Sept. 22 for a Colorado Press Association/Colorado Freedom of Information Coalition webinar on sunshine la…
Colorado Press Network Online University presents "Letters to the editor policies: You make the call," presented by D. Reed Eckhardt.
You don't have a "web team." You don't have a "social media brand manager." You're scrambling to get breaking stories, post to the web, do social media, figure out what people read and just freaking stay afloat in an unending digital tsunami.
People of color often feel marginalized and ignored by the mainstream media. There's a long history of ethnic media that covers African American, Asian and Latino communities.
What are Alternative Story Formats? How to use them? Why do they matter. Long-time editor Thomas Martinez presents on ASFs. (There is some initial background noise, but it stops after the introduction).
What are some best practices when conducting interviews? How about writing stories? What are some tips to ensure your stories are accurate? What’s the difference between a hyperbolic lead and a good lead?