In this full day of training, veteran photojournalists will show you how to find and develop memorable characters; how to make mundane stories -- like meetings and weather stories -- more interesting; and how to anticipate moments in the field, even on tight deadlines.Presenters:
Darren Durlach, NPPA's 2009 Ernie Crisp Television News Photographer of the Year, and senior photojournalist at WBFF-TV in Baltimore;
Lynn French, assistant chief photographer and veteran multimedia journalist at KPNX-TV in Phoenix ;
Jason Witmer, winner of numerous NPPA and Texas AP awards for his work as a solo videojournalist for Chron.com in Houston;
Joe Fryer, winner of four national Edward R. Murrow awards and a regional Emmy for best reporter in 2009, of KARE-TV in Minneapolis
The host is Poynter's Al Tompkins.
On your computer, you can see and hear the presentations and join the interactive discussion -- asking and answering questions posed by the speakers. Your advance registration will give you online access to the replays of each presentation when they become available.
Tuition is $65, with discounts for NPPA members and students.
For more information and to register, go here.