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Keith Woods' 2018 Leo C. Lee Address: How To Make It Stick

During the PRNDI Awards Banquet on Saturday June 23rd, NPR's Keith Woods accepted the Leo C. Lee Award for his exceptional work in public media. Woods is NPR's Vice President for Newsroom Training and Diversity at NPR. He titled his address: How To Make It Stick.

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Check out the schedule for the 33rd annual PRNDI conference in Philadelphia at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel City Center. Online registration is closed.  If you'd like to register, please contact Christine at cpaigediers@gmail.com for instructions.

National Press Foundation offers environmental training

Apr 19, 2018
National Press Foundation

The National Press Foundation is producing an expenses-paid fellowship for journalists who cover oceans and sustainable fishing.  This is over 5-days.  Deadline to apply is May 14.  More information here.

The PRNDI Board of Directors is pleased to announce the 2018 recipient of the Leo C. Lee award.  This year’s honoree is Keith Woods, NPR’s Vice President for Newsroom Training and Diversity.  Woods’ work in leadership training, storytelling and diversity is known throughout the journalism world.    

Note: PRNDI has received several requests to extend the deadline for nominations. We will continue to accept nominations through Friday, March 23.

Editors. They’re the unsung heroes of the newsroom. They can spend hours working with a reporter, shaping and guiding a story, helping elevate the piece to something exceptional...and all without a byline!  

The PRNDI Conference is going to be here sooner than you know, and we're pleased to announce that the schedule is now available, as is online registration!  

The Society of Environmental Journalists Board of Directors is pleased to announce the next steps in searching for a new SEJ executive director.

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What are some of the best, most creative, beautiful, hilarious, or just really smart uses of sound you've heard in member station-produced work? For PRNDI 2018, we're putting together a session to inspire us and remind us what's possible with audio. It can be an entire story or just a few moments. It can be great use of ambient sound or sound effects, but it can also be great rhythmic writing or production. It can be non-narrated. These are pieces that embrace and celebrate the medium of audio.

Call for Entries for WBUR's Daniel Schorr Journalism Prize

Feb 15, 2018
wbur.org

Entries are open now for WBUR's annual Daniel Schorr Journalism Prize.  This award goes to public radio journalists who are 35 and under.  

The deadline for submissions for the 2017 Daniel Schorr Prize is rapidly approaching!

All entries must be received at or before 5 p.m. EST on Friday, March 2, 2018. The selected Daniel Schorr Journalism Prize winner will be honored at the annual WBUR Gala on June 8, 2018.

For more information contact:

Kelvin L. Brooks

Syndication Sales Manager

klbrooks@wbur.org

Deadline for 2018 PRNDI Annual Awards Contest March 1!

Feb 15, 2018

Just a reminder entries are being taken for the 2018 PRNDI awards.  The deadline is rapidly approaching!  You have until March 1 to get your entries in.  

For 2018, the PRNDI Board made no changes to the awards categories or pricing.   All entries for this contest must have aired in calendar year 2017.

KLCC-FM Eugene, OR has an opening for a News Director. Come lead a fantastic news team in Oregon's Southern Willamette Valley.

The News Director (ND) leads the planning, production and presentation of news on KLCC. This position helps define and maintain ethical, editorial, artistic and technical standards for broadcast news programs.

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