Saturday, January 23, 2010

Tips 'n' tales | All about web-based investigations

The Association of Alternative Weeklies is hosting its annual winter conference in the San Francisco Bay area next weekend. I'll be on a panel Friday, offering advice on how to do online investigative journalism. From the website for the meeting: "AAN West focuses on line-level staff, offering training and networking opportunities for sales, editorial, design and business personnel." My co-panelist is a staffer with PBS's Frontline World. Details of my panel, set for 2 to 3:30 p.m.:

Low Cost, Big Impact: How to Make the Web Work for You
Panel Discussion hosted by Jackie Bennion and Jim Hopkins. How can reporters and editors with little time and less budget maximize the use of the web for groundbreaking investigative projects? Hopkins and Bennion will go through tips, techniques and ideas for improving your use of the web to report, produce, publish and promote big stories.

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