As coronavirus declines across New England, hopefully things are trending in a positive direction in our newsrooms and advertising departments. There are some great webinars and live events happening this week to assist both your editorial and business departments.
For publishers there are two events that will provide resources as you think about how your operations will move forward as business reopens. On Wednesday, Things to consider to help leaders and employees move forward in this ever-changing world and on Thursday, Self Care for Journalists, which will also discuss how to create a healthy work environment for employees.
For ad directors and revenue officers on Friday, veteran ad sales coach Ryan Dohrn will share 7 ways to re-ignite the marketing conversation with style, ideas, and realistic expectations.
For editors and journalists there are events focused on how to stay safe while covering demonstrations and protests. Tonight, SPJ New England chats with Lucy Westcott of the Committee to Protect Journalists and on Thursday, Stay Sharp and Safe While Covering Protests. Also on Thursday, Self Care for Journalists, which explores creating balance and maintaining your emotional and physical wellness as journalists.
For photo journalists, every Tuesday in June, the Society of Professional Journalists International Community presents their #ICTalks series. This week featuring a conversation with National Geographic photographer George Steinmetz.
Monday, June 8 at 6 pm EDT
A chat with Lucy Westcott of the Committee to Protect Journalists. – Westcott’s area of focus is safety issues for women journalists in non-hostile environments, including online harassment. Presented by the Society of Professional Journalists New England Chapter.
Tuesday, June 9 at 7 pm EDT
#ICTalks: A Conversation With George Steinmetz – The Society of Professional Journalists International Community continues its series of talks with American photographer George Steinmetz, best known for his exploration and science photography. A regular contributor to National Geographic magazine, Steinmetz has examined subjects ranging from global oil exploration, the latest advances in robotics and the innermost stretches of the Sahara.
Wednesday, June 10, 3-4 pm EDT
Things to consider to help leaders and employees move forward in this ever-changing world – This webinar is intended to provide practical ideas to help business and HR leaders navigate in these unprecedented times. Presented by America’s Newspapers and Susan Davidson Talmadge. Free to NENPA members.
Thursday, June 11, 2-2:30 pm EDT
Stay Sharp and Safe While Covering Protests – As demonstrators take to the streets across the country, you may be asked to get the story. You’ll be heading into a volatile situation with the additional layer of safeguards against the coronavirus. You need to be prepared. This course is being offered tuition-free. If you have the means, please pay what you can to support the work of the nonprofit Poynter Institute.
Friday, June 12, 2 pm EDT
Getting Advertisers Back: Strategies to Re-Ignite the Marketing Conversation – Veteran ad sales coach Ryan Dohrn will share 7 ways to re-ignite the marketing conversation with style, ideas, and realistic expectations. Sponsored by The Magazine Manager and The Newspaper Manager.
NENPA University Webinars – presented by Online Media Campus and free to NENPA members. Contact Christine Panek for registration information at email@example.com.
Thursday, June 11 at 2 pm EDT
Self-Care for Journalists – Creating balance and maintaining your emotional and physical wellness is as important as ever for journalists. We’ll discuss some ideas on how to create that balance to best take care of yourself.