Signature Week at NAHJSuggest edits
Conference sessions are being broadcast online in English and Spanish, and it’s not too late to register.
Worth a read:
- Data visualization can be a matter of life and death when used to make decisions - like when a misleading table led NASA to go through with the fatal Challenger launch.
- Though they can sometimes oversimplify important topics, news orgs around the world are starting to utilize Instagram slides and Twitter cards to convey complex stories in a more digestible, accessible way.
- With the recent reveal of a U.S. intelligence report on UFOs, media orgs are finding ways to balance conspiracy theories with facts when reporting on them.
- Anywhere - Enterprise Infrastructure Reporter, Protocol
- Anywhere - Tools/Productivity Software Reporter, Protocol
- Anywhere - Climate Science Editor, Science Feedback
- China - Senior Reporter, Protocol
- UK - Climate/Environment Correspondent, Reuters
- US - Social Media Editor, CoinDesk
- US - Interactive Visual Designer, NBC News
- US - Data Reporter, Newsday
- US - Data Analyst, Protect Democracy
- US - News/Data Editor, Society for Science
- US - Data Reporter, Spectrum
- US - Page Designer, Yakima Herald-Republic
- July 12-17, Online, NAHJ Conference
- Aug 11-13, Online, SRCCON
- Aug 18-21, Online, NABJ Conference
- Aug 24-28, Online, AAJA Conference
- Aug 26-28, Ukraine, Lviv Media Forum
- Sep 28-30, Taiwan, World News Media Congress 2021
- Sep 29 - Oct 2, France, Assises Internationales du Journalisme de Tours
- Oct 3-5, Africa/Online, African Investigative Journalism Conference
- Nov 1-5, Online, GIJN Conference
- Rolling deadline, Pitch freelance stories in US news deserts to Parachute
- Rolling deadline, Funding from Google to fact-check vaccine misinformation
- Rolling deadline, Funding to cover Covid in Black Sea countries
- Rolling deadline, IWMF relief grant for COVID-19 struggles
- Rolling deadline, Eyebeam grants for artistic contributions to journalism