New Poynter.org launches Tuesday; Preview it today

For the last several months, we’ve invited you to share your input on the new Poynter.org. We listened, and are launch our new website on Tuesday, Nov. 30.

This site is built around two areas: latest news and how to’s.

For more than a decade you have counted on Jim Romenesko to tell you what’s happening in newsrooms. He continues to do that. You also want news about emerging organizations and platforms that affect journalism’s future — our new Mobile Media and Social Media blogs do that, along with partner feeds from some of the best websites covering news, all combined in our new Media Lab section. And you can always count on us to cover the business and help you make sense of news and how it spreads.

Poynter has been a source of training for 35 years, and now it will be easier to access quick tips in traditional and new areas: reporting, writing, engaging communities, developing business ideas, leading teams, and developing digital strategies.

We’ve also created a more seamless experience between Poynter’s digital offerings — our e-learning website, News University, and information about us: our training, events and other activities. You will need to register only for making a purchase or applying for training, and the same login will work on both NewsU and Poynter.org.

Please browse around this preview and tell us what you think or click here to take a survey.

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