Free Webinar: Mobile Photojournalism 201
Free to SNPA Members
In today's newsrooms, everyone is a photographer, videographer and reporter. Most use an iPhone to take and send pictures and video from the field. In this session, learn to tell better visual stories with just a few tips, apps, patience and practice.
Please email Paulette Sheffield at email@example.com if you do not have the SNPA member code for these webinars. Your newspaper's SNPA dues must be current for 2018 to receive the coupon code. See below for details about registering free.
Val Hoeppner is a digital journalist, training and media strategist. She has worked in digital, mobile and multi-platform journalism for more than 15 years. As CEO of Val Hoeppner Media and Consulting, LLC, Hoeppner travels to newsrooms, universities and media conferences where she creates and leads training for journalists in engagement, change management and developing digital and mobile workflow. Hoeppner is a member of the Native American Journalist Association, Online News Association, Association Press Photo Managers, American Society of News Editors, the Recording Academy and Public Radio in Mid America.
SNPA members can register for webinars at no cost. The registration fee is $35 for other newspapers ($45 after Dec. 3). Registrations will be accepted up until the day of the webinar.
Registration instructions for SNPA members:
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org for the COUPON CODE to register free
- Click here to begin the registration process
- Click on REGISTER NOW
- Fill in the required fields and select the number of registrations in the drop down "SPACES"
- Ignore the $35 price
- In the COUPON CODE field, enter the code that Paulette Sheffield gave you.
- Hit SUBMIT
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