Do you have difficulty finding female experts for your news stories? What’s the difference between language that is “gendered” and language that is “sexist?”

Why does gender even matter in news reporting? This webinar will give you tips and tools for incorporating more women sources and experts in your reporting.

You can access the webinar archive here.

Sure, reliable and accurate online information exists. But which sources are the best and what’s the fastest way to find them?

Our presenters are NPR librarians Katie Daugert, Jane Gilvin and Mary Glendinning.

This interactive webinar showcases some of the government, social, and music online resources they use to support NPR’s deadline-driven storytelling. 

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AIR and PRNDI recently announced new resources for negotiating rates to support freelance commissioned local stories.  Join us for this webinar to learn more and ask questions.  PRNDI President George Bodarky and AIR Executive Director Sue Schardt are joined by GPB VP of Radio Tanya Ott, Producer Karen Michel, and attorney Spencer Weisbroth who walk everyone through the new contract template designed expressly for stations and freelancers.

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A workshop featuring Dori Maynard, president of The Maynard Institute.

Maynard presents ideas to:

• Use new tools to strengthen ties to previously underserved communities.

• Avoid technological/community mismatch.

• Create technology strategies to ensure that newsrooms are not inadvertently leaving potential audience members behind.

• Use the Maynard Institute’s Fault Lines diversity framework to build a process of conceiving stories and business practices that include a multiplicity of views across race, gender, generation, geography and class.

The workshop is useful for journalists and for those on the business side of media.

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