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Washington,DC-IRE Workshops - Saturday-Sunday, Oct. 17-18

Posted: Sep 01, 2009

A workshop for ethnic-media professionals
Hosted by Investigative Reporters & Editors in partnership with American University, School of Communication and New America Media

Ethnic media watchdog workshops help journalists sharpen their skills, learn new approaches and add depth to their reporting. Award-winning journalists from around the country volunteer their times to provide training on topics such as the 2010 census, criminal justice, the economy, the stimulus package, education, health care, immigration and local government. Hands-on spreadsheet software training also will be offered.

When: Oct. 17-18, 2009

Where: American University School of Communication
4400 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Mary Graydon Center
Washington, D.C.

Registration: Professional journalists: $25: Students $10.
Fees include a 1-year IRE membership.

Training: Saturday training: Wechsler Theater - Located on the 3rd floor
Sunday CAR training:Freidheim Labs - 3rd floor, Rooms 331 and 332

Parking: Available to registered attendees.

RSVP: Alex Moe amoe@newamericamedia.org or Cristina Fernandez cfernandez@newamericamedia.org
202-758-3308

IRE
http://www.ire.org/training/ethnicmediaws/DC09.php
573-882-204

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