2019 Philadelphia TV Watchdog Workshop
Hosted by: NBC10/Telemundo62
IRE will offer several of its core sessions designed to improve your ability to find information on the Web quickly, and point you to key documents and data that will help you add depth to your daily work and produce quick-hit enterprise stories for TV journalists and producers. In addition, this workshop will give you tips on bulletproofing stories, digging deeper on the Web with social media, search engines and much more.
Join IRE's experienced trainers and a group of veteran reporters for our Watchdog Workshop Saturday, April 6.
Get the tools and the tricks of the trade that you need to be a better, faster, watchdog journalist.
This program is made possible thanks to support from the Knight Foundation.
Attendees of the workshop can use the parking garages located near the training. Fees for the parking garages vary from garage to garage.
Workshop Fees (includes a one-year IRE membership, if you are a current IRE member, your membership will be extended by one year. Attendees must meet IRE membership terms)
Registration can be done by clicking on "click here to begin" which can be found below. Current or expired members will log into their profile. If you do not have a profile, you will be able to create one and then register for the event. Instructions will be found when clicking "click here to begin" which can be found below.
Cancellations must be sent via email to [email protected] There is a $25 processing fee for professionals ($10 for students) for cancellations until the day before the event. Refunds will not be given for cancellations on the day of, or after the event.
Attendees can access the workshop evaluation online. We appreciate feedback from attendees as this allows us to improve the program and provide feedback to our funders.
Time and place
Saturday, Apr. 6, 2019
Comcast Technology Center
1800 Arch Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Registration for this event is open! Click here to begin.
Hurry! Registration closes on Saturday, Apr. 6 at 5:15pm.