You’ll want to stick around on both Fridays for our à la carte sessions.
We’ll offer four of them each Friday, on July 24 and July 31. They’re optional, and the cost is included in your registration.
Each will be approximately one hour, with Friday start times staggered at 11 a.m. and 1, 2 and 3 p.m. CDT.
Check back here as our specific schedule is developed, but here’s what we’re planning —
How to reach readers and advertisers with compelling content via a fast-growing platform.
David Simpson, Georgia Southern University
Business working with editorial
Let’s navigate this chaotic time as a team.
College Media Business & Advertising Managers board members
From breaking news to photo illustrations, how do we make sound ethical decisions?
Bradley Wilson, Midwestern State University
Top 10 legal issues for collegiate journalists
Hear from an expert who’s helped many collegiate journalists and advisers.
Mike Hiestand, Student Press Law Center
Overlooked: How to save and make your newspaper $
Overlooked’s mission is to build the social-news network that ends fake news. We’ve built the safest platform for people to share news articles with their friends, and we sell technology to help newspapers save and make money. Learn more about Overlooked’s partnership opportunity with its founder and why joining the private social network can revolutionize how your newsroom disseminates the news.
George Sehremelis, Overlooked
Other à la carte topics we’re developing —
Breaking news from the field: mobile-phone journalism