Online Journalism Workshop
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Online Journalism Workshop

The rise of the web changed the news media forever. It's bad news for traditional media outlets. But it can be great news -- and a big break -- for conservatives who want to advance their writing and reporting careers ... if you know how to take advantage of it.

Join David Martosko, U.S. Political Editor of the Daily Mail, at the Leadership Institute's Digital Journalism Bootcamp, and find out how to develop your career in online journalism.

You'll learn to:

The Digital Journalism Bootcamp takes place at the Leadership Institute’s Steven P.J. Wood Building located in Arlington, VA.

Who it’s for:

  • Current and aspiring journalists

How you’ll benefit:

  • Hear from renowned journalists with ties to the White House, Congress, and major media outlets.
  • Decide what type of online journalism is right for you -- and how to market yourself
  • Learn insider tips on landing and conducting an exclusive interview
  • Research everything you need to know to avoid fake news
  • Create and cultivate valuable relationships
  • Dissect the components of an online news story to write an article worth reading

What to expect: This two-evening workshop features engaging speakers with significant experience in journalism, particularly in the nation’s capital. You’ll receive advice from people who have “been there, done that” in one of the most challenging and complicated news markets. You’ll gain practical skills to obtain success in this cutthroat business.  

What’s included:


  • Welcome packet and notepad
  • Training materials
  • Dinner each evening


Cost: $75.00*


*Ask us about student and group rates.

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