The American Society of Journalists and Authors might be able to help answer your questions about writing solutions-focused books. In this webinar, two experienced writers, John J. Berger and Danielle Arigoni, will discuss everything from pitching to marketing. 2:00-3:00 p.m. ET.
Join Freedom of the Press Foundation and the Society of Professional Journalists, 12-1 p.m. ET, for an off-the-record virtual panel discussion explaining the PRESS Act, and why reporters and editorial boards should cover it. The panel will be followed by an on-the-record Q&A session with audience members.
This Canadian Journalism Foundation panel features industry upstarts rethinking how to deliver value to audiences and build healthy, diversified mission-driven businesses. See how these trailblazers are building active communities and reshaping the future of news through novel revenue models. 1:00 p.m. ET.
This event will explore the current situation in India, what policies are being proposed, and the future of marginalized coal-communities. It's the latest installment of a series examining social and economic justice issues related to climate change and the energy transition in India. 10:00-11:30 ET.
This free event, hosted by the Coppell Eco Club in Coppell, Texas, 6:00-8:30 p.m., is aimed at creating change at a city-wide and political level to become more environmentally-conscious. RSVP now for a fun night of movies, free food and exceptional speakers.
AHCJ and Investigative Reporters and Editors are collaborating on a free, four-webinar series combining their respective expertise in health reporting, data and investigative journalism. Register now for the first webinar, “Using HospitalFinances.org and other tools to tell money stories,” 1-2 p.m. ET on Wednesday, March 27.
Join science communicator and climate educator Ive Velikova in this Science Writers & Communicators of Canada workshop to explore principles of effective communication — emphasizing audience engagement and storytelling. You'll gain skills to convey complex scientific concepts to diverse audiences. 3:00-4:00 p.m. ET on Zoom.
SciLine's free, one-hour “crash course” — designed for reporters who cover science, health, or environment issues but lack statistics or data training — aims to take the stress out of reporting on the numbers that could be crucial to your next story. Includes Q&A.
SciLine’s next media briefing will summarize progress towards U.S. renewable energy goals and address hurdles that remain for communities—including technical and economic challenges, and ways that everyday life may change for individuals in a renewable future.