May 1– JOURNALISM INNOVATIONS II: NEW WORK & IDEAS FOR MAKING THE NEWS

The Public Media Collaborative is going to do a series of workshops on using sociak media bat this event–contact me if you’d like to volunteer for the trainings, or add your name here.We’ll be training people to present, etc.

JOURNALISM INNOVATIONS II: NEW WORK & IDEAS FOR MAKING THE NEWS
McLaren Hall, University of San Francisco

May 1, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. * April 30 (evening reception & panels)

Contact: (415) 677-9877, journ-expo@artsandmedia.net

SPEAKERS:
Join the conversation about journalism and democracy with investor
Warren Hellman, Gilbert Bailón of the American Society of Newspaper
Editors, Kachingle.com founder Cynthia Typaldos, David Cohn of Spot.Us,
the California Endowment’s Michelle Levander, SF Appeal founder Eve
Batey, Michael Stoll of The Public Press and many other innovators,
entrepreneurs and community leaders.


EXHIBITORS:

Meet a wide variety of exhibitors looking to make connections, build
community and share resources, including the Public Media
Collaborative
, the SF Neighorhood Newspaper Association,
ReelChanges.org, The Public Press, SF Engage, San Francisco School
Volunteers and the Center for the Integration & Improvement of
Journalism.

WORKSHOPS:
Access a full day of workshops and panels on jobs and careers,
entrepreneurship, philanthropy, nonprofit and commercial business
models, health and labor reporting, ethnic and local media, Bay Area
journalism startups, student and multi-generational journalism, fiscal
sponsorship, social media and civic participation, and more.


REGISTER:

All are welcome, but we cannot guarantee admissions on the day of the event. Ensure your space by registering in advance.


SPONSOR
:
Your sponsorship will gain you high-visibility placement for your
message, service, idea and organization before a diverse,
multi-generational audience of new and emerging journalism
practitioners and leaders.

PRODUCERS
Journalism Innovations II is co-produced by The Society of Professional
Journalists-Northern California; Independent Arts & Media; and the
University of San Francisco Davies Forum, Department of Media Studies
and Journalism Program.