In this free, one-hour webinar, Robin J. Phillips, the Reynolds Center’s digital director, will show you some simple tips to take control of your image, and accentuate the value of who you are and what you do best – apart from your news organization. Your brand can be as simple as You Being You… Online.
Whether you’re working in a mainstream news organization or striking out on your own with a blog, news site or freelance business, we’re all media entrepreneurs these days.
In this three-day webinar with Mark S. Luckie of the 10,000 Words blog, learn how to brand and market yourself and to pitch your ideas, plus understand the basics of financial and time management. Identify five next steps to advance your career as an entrepreneur.
After eight years, the Nieman Watchdog blog will end its run and the Nieman Watchdog Project (which launched in 1996) will take on a new direction. The Watchdog Project has been focused on examining and invigorating journalism in its fundamental role of serving the public interest. Past articles from the blog will continue to be […]
Today’s post is geared towards independent writers and reporters interested in freelancing. But this advice should still pique your interest even if it’s beyond this specific niche. I talked with Joanne Cleaver, an author and communication consultant who recently wrote the “The Career Lattice.” Her book helps people understand how lateral moves can advance their careers. […]
Sanjay Bhatt, who reports on the economy for The Seattle Times, didn’t want to just do a standard ranking of executive compensation. He wanted to put together a visualization focusing on the connection between executive pay and corporate performance.
By Justin Madden Grambling State University An Emmy-award winning journalist businesswoman has agreed to pay convention registrations for three Grambling State University students to attend the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) convention in New Orleans in June. Sheila Brooks, CEO of SRB Communications in Washington, D.C., made the offer at the end of a […]
Kevin Roose takes readers of The New York Times to Oberlin, Ohio, to discover there are other options for mowing the lawn. He writes: “Mr. [Eddie] Miller, 23, is the founder of Heritage Lawn Mowing, a company that rents out sheep — yes, sheep — as a landscaping aid. For a small fee, Mr. Miller, […]