PRNDI is rolling out a new series of webinars in the coming weeks that, if you're interested in radio or just want to up your game, you'll definitely want to be a part of.
Investigative Reports for Radio
Thursday, March 1st from 2-3 pm EST.
Interested in getting more investigative reporting on your airwaves? Join Dan Grech, Radio News Director from WLRN-Miami Herald News and Susanne Reber, Deputy Managing Editor of NPR Investigations, as they discuss how to build local and national investigations.
This session will explore: What’s involved in starting your own investigative team? How can you benefit from an emerging network of non-profits doing in-depth work around the country? What does it take to manage an investigative partnership? And what kind of support will you need from your station leadership to complete an investigation? Join Dan and Susanne for a one-hour webinar to discuss how they got their teams off the ground and to take your questions on the joys and challenges of digging deep.
Register here: https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/491176430
If You Can’t Beat`em, Partner With 'Em
Thursday, March 15th from 2-3 pm EST
The recession has pried open the minds of more radio, television, print and web reporters who are now open to collaborations where content is exchanged and reporting muscle multiplied at a minimal cost, using digital technology. This webinar explores the kinds of low-cost collaborations which are possible, and
offers advice on how to recruit workmates for those journalistic projects desired by audiences and treasured by program directors.
Register here: https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/679023038
Q & A with Jill Geisler, head of the Poynter Institute's leadership and management programs
Thursday, April 5th from 2 -- 3 pm EST.
Part of the conversation will focus on how we can best groom the next generation of newsroom manager, but what would you want to ask Jill? Please e-mail your questions ahead of time to George Bodarky, PRNDI Training Committee Chair, firstname.lastname@example.org. He'll try to get to as many of your questions as possible. A link to register for the webinar will be sent out in the coming weeks.
Finally, if you have an idea for a webinar, please email email@example.com.