The annual event, which offers hands-on training, panels on the latest trends and insight into cutting-edge developments, will be hosted by the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University from March 11-14.
The 2010 CAR Conference will give you the tools you need to dig deeper into stories and give readers, viewers and your online audience the information they’re demanding. It will offer something for everyone, from beginners to those with years of experience. The training provided at the conference helps journalists stay ahead in a competitive environment and will give you skills employers are looking for.
“We’re honored to be hosting IRE’s 2010 CAR conference here at the Cronkite School,” said Chris Callahan, dean of the school. “I attended my first CAR conference back in 1995, and have always found the sessions to be among the very best concentrated journalism training experiences in the world. With our new digital media complex in downtown Phoenix and faculty members such as Knight Chair Steve Doig, we hope to help IRE deliver a first-rate CAR training experience next spring.”
Registration and hotel information will be posted soon at www.ire.org.