Anna Holmes & Jill Abramson Speak at JAWS CAMP

JAWSWomen in EWIP are encouraged to check out the upcoming conference for Journalism and Women Symposium, Oct. 31 – Nov. 2 at La Quinta Resort near Palm Springs, California.

Anna HolmsHighlights of the annual conference include a keynote address by Anna Holmes, founder of Jezebel, a Q&A with Jill Abramson, former executive editor of the New York Times, and longtime AP reporter Edie Lederer interviewing legendary courts reporter Linda Deutsch.

EWIP members can use a special promo code: “ExchangeCAMP” to get $100 off the non-member rate when signing up for the three-day Conference and Mentoring Project (CAMP). Your price of $375 includes all training sessions and speakers and most meals from Friday through Sunday. An add-on program for investigative reporting on Thursday, Oct. 30 costs $135. Go to here to register.

Jill-AbramsonPanels include sessions on useful apps for mobile devices, podcasting 101, social justice journalism, and covering issues around women in technology. A mini film festival will also feature some fascinating documentaries and inspire panelists who are telling women’s stories through film, presented by Janice Rhoshalle Littlejohn.
For the full schedule.
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The extra investigative training session will feature Jennifer LaFleur, Rosemary Armao, Maud Beelman and Susy Schultz and take participants through all the steps of crafting a story, getting the goods with interviews, doing the digging and bringing the project home.

For anyone interested in copy editing training, the American Copy Editors Association (ACES) is also holding a daylong workshop the day prior to CAMP at the same location.

EWIP members Use the special promo code: “ExchangeCAMP” to get $100 off the non-member rate when signing up for the three-day Conference and Mentoring Project (CAMP).

NABJ Conference in Oakland, CA

nabj-treeThe National Association of Black Journalists of Regionl VI will hold their 2014 Conference, “Journalism & Technology: The Next Frontier” in Oakland, California on September 5th and 6th. Journalists, media and communication professionals and students are invited to participate in the conference which takes place at the Waterfront Hotel in Oakland’s Jack London Square district. There is a Friday night mixer and a Saturday night dinner/dance along with a full day of workshops offering information and discussion on the impact and future of technology in media.

NABJ Region VI of the national organization includes: Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington, Wyoming. For additional information, contact NABJ Region VI Director, Michelle Fitzhugh-Craig.

What’s on Your Schedule?

There are numerous publishing and media industry conferences and events on the horizon. To help you with your autumn travel plans, we compiled a list of some of our favorites around the country. The right industry event can help you be informed of advances, ensure that you stay motivated, and connect you with colleagues you will surely want to see again.

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Online News Association Conference & Awards Banquet
The premier gathering of highly engaged digital journalist shaping media now.
Date: September 25-27, 2014
Location: Sheraton Chicago Hotel and Towers
301 East North Water Street, Chicago, IL
Industry Focus: Online journalists
Highlight: Online Journalism Awards
Organizer: Online News Association
More Info: Schedule and Registration


FOLIO’s MediaNext
This year, MediaNext is comprised of three tracks: Vision, Execution, and Disruption, with a focus on five concurrent breakout sessions.
Date: October 20-22, 2014
Location: Marriott Marquis, New York City
Industry Focus: Magazine and online media
At a Glance:
Organizer: FOLIO, Access Intelligence, LLC
Twitter: @foliomag
More Info


New Avenues in Journalism
New opportunities are opening up in journalism as the old business models are collapsing. ASJA brings thought leaders and innovators together to help independent writers negotiate this new terrain.
Date: October 10-11, 2014
Location: San Francisco State University Humanities Building, 1600 Holloway Avenue, San Francisco CA
Industry Focus: Journalists and writers
Highlight: Kara Swisher, Revere Digital (Re/code) is the keynote speaker
Organizer: American Society of Journalists and Authors Educational Foundation
More Info: Schedule and Registration


InDesign Secrets
“The world’s #1 resource for all things InDesign”
Date: November 3-5, 2014
Location: Bell Harbor Conference Center
2211 Alaskan Way, Seattle, WA
Industry Focus: Designer of eBooks, print, and interactive publishing projects
Organizer: Produced by world-renowned InDesign experts David Blatner and Anne-Marie Concepción
More Info: Schedule


Content Connections
Make more with what you already know”
Date: November 13-14, 2014
Location: Columbia College Film Row, 1104 S. Wabash, Chicago IL
Industry Focus: writers, editors, and content creators
Organizer: American Society of Journalists and Authors Educational Foundation
More Info: Schedule

Lunch & Learn: Kristine Shine

Event: Lunch & Learn with Kristine Shine, president, San Francisco Chronicle
Date/Time: Monday, June 9, 2014 at 11:30 AM to 2:00 PM
Location: Kombu Kitchen, 747 Market Street, 4th floor, San Francisco
Cost: $37.50

EWIP and the Association of Audience Marketing Professionals (AAMP) co-sponsor this speaker series for Bay Area media and publishing professionals.  Join your colleagues on June 9th to learn from our guest speaker: Kristine Shine, president of the San Francisco Chronicle and

Kritine ShineIn January, the Hearst Corporation introduced digital sales and marketing veteran Shine as president of the 149-year-old newspaper. And on June 9, she will serve as the keynote speaker for the EWIP and AAMP Luncheon.

Shine, 43, is the former chief revenue officer at PopSugar – a women’s lifestyle website, which focuses on media, commerce and technology. She brings more than 20 years of experience to her new position, including her role as vice president of sales at advertising company Spot Runner and director of sales for Microsoft.

At the June 9th EWIP/AAMP luncheon Kristine Shine will share with attendees how the SF Chronicle and’s readers have changed, audience development strategies that have been effective, and how important the Bay Area is to the advertising community.

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