Take a free workshop with The Solutions Journalism Network: February 26th at Temple University Center City

Take a free workshop with The Solutions Journalism Network: February 26th at Temple University Center City

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The co-founders of the Solutions Journalism Network will be returning to the Center for Public Interest Journalism at Temple University on February 26th, to lead a free workshop on solutions journalism.

David Bornstein co-created the “Fixes” column in The New York Times and is the author of three books about social innovation.

Tina Rosenberg co-created the “Fixes” column in The New York Times, is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, author, and former editorial writer for The New York Times.

Please RSVP via info@cpijournalism.org and join us at 10 a.m. on February 26th in Room 606 at the at Temple University Center City, 1515 Market Street, just across from City Hall. Coffee and a Continental breakfast will be provided, and the event will run until 12:30 p.m.

Solutions journalism is rigorous, critical reporting about responses to problems.

Solutions journalism can help you:

  • Make your work fresher
  • Have a bigger impact
  • Strengthen more traditional reporting
  • Attract and engage the public – especially a younger audience
  • Provide knowledge valuable to society

In this interactive workshop you will learn:

  • How to cover responses to problems in a way that’s not PR, advocacy or fluff
  • How to choose stories
  • How to vet stories
  • How to incorporate a solutions focus into beat and project reporting
  • Storytelling techniques that hook your audience, keep them with you, and build your authority and credibility
https://solutionsjournalism.org/
solutionsjournalism.org

Come with specific projects in mind. We’ll discuss how the Solutions Journalism Network could help.

PreviouslyNovember 4th at Temple: The Solutions Journalism Network

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