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  • Career


    Calling all media nerds: We're looking for our next Google News Lab Fellow

    The Poynter Institute has officially launched a nationwide search for its next Google News Lab Fellow, who will work alongside journalists in our nonprofit newsroom this summer.

    Can you quote the movie Spotlight? Do you subscribe to more media newsletters than you can count? Can you rattle off the names of your favorite reporters without missing a beat? If you answered yes to any of those questions, you should definitely apply.

  • In-person teaching

    Poynter Producer Project

    What Will I Learn:

    • How to find stories that others miss
    • How to find a focus for your story
    • A framework for making ethical decisions on deadline
    • How to write clear, clean copy
    • Techniques for managing peers, managers and subordinates

    Who Should Take This Course:

    Producers at any stage in their career, including associate and newscast producers as well as executive producers.


  • In-person teaching

    TV Power Reporting Academy

    “I think that my attending this workshop will help my newsroom as a whole. For one thing, it gives me a bit more gravitas. Everyone was eager to hear what I’d learned, and when I suggested to my boss a different way of handling a story (by trying to find people affected by the issue instead of just getting a quote from an official), he agreed, even though it will take longer. So, WIN!”

  • In-person teaching

    High School Journalism Program

    Be one of a select group of high school students in the Tampa Bay area selected to participate in this prestigious, intensive program. This one-week workshop for high school students will improve your writing and photography, teach you new ways to use social media and digital storytelling tools, and hone your understanding of journalism’s role in a democracy.

  • Career


    The Cohort: So you got laid off. Now what?

    The Cohort is a Poynter newsletter about women kicking ass in digital media.

    Megan Greenwell is a smart, kind and meticulous editor. Kim Bui is a visionary leader in social newsgathering. Rachel Schallom is a tenacious and strategic project manager. Anita Li is an infectious agent for change. Mandy Velez is a hungry and scrappy reporter.

  • Career


    A course in freelancing? Yes, and not only that, it's a master's degree

    In a nod to today’s shaky business environment at many media outlets, a new graduate program aims to teach its students how to survive as a journalist in a gig economy.

    The University of Colorado Boulder is creating a master of arts in journalism practice that’s designed to give journalists practical advice for succeeding as a one-person business.

    Trust me on this: It’s needed.

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