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Making Science Storytelling Engaging and Accurate
Co-sponsored by the Society of Environmental Journalists and the Poynter Institute
This is a one-day intensive workshop that will help science and environmental journalists, bloggers and students produce engaging and informative content.
With increasing demand to produce compelling science stories, journalists are also faced with entertainment successes, such as “Shark Week” and “Sharknado,” that can confuse scientific fact and fiction. As the need for science stories continues to grow, it has left the American public more misinformed about science than ever.
Join us at The Poynter Institute in St. Petersburg, Fla for a comprehensive day of learning how to pitch, investigate and craft compelling science-based stories in a competitive media landscape to accurately inform the public while keeping them engaged.
You’ll learn how to:
- breathe excitement into your stories
- pitch to editors
- tap into research tools that make data accessible
- begin an investigation into an individual or organization
For a detailed seminar description, faculty and to register, visit: www.poynter.org/sci-enviro
Event Date: Nov 3, 2014
Deadline to apply: Nov 2, 2014
Who will benefit: Science and environmental journalists, producers, bloggers, students and anyone interested in reporting about science and the environment.
Lunch is included.
Members of the Society of Environmental Journalists (SEJ) and students receive a discount.
Price for SEJ members and students: $59.00
Email SEJ HQ or call 215.884.8174 for the promo code.
Questions or need more information? Please contact program coordinator, Andrew Delong, 727-553-4704 or firstname.lastname@example.org