Missouri Press Bulletin 07 15 2016 E Edition Page 1

No. 1327 - 15 July, 2016 MPF SPORTS TRAINING CAMP REGISTRATION - FRIDAY, JULY 22, 2016 NEWSPAPER/COMPANY: CONTACT PERSON: ADDRESS: CITY: STATE: ZIP: PHONE: FAX: EMAIL: ATTENDEE(S): 1. 2. $8O PER PERSON, INCLUDES LUNCH & PARKING PASS TOTAL AMOUNT PAID OR TO BE CHARGED: $ PAYMENT METHOD: CHECK ENCLOSED INVOICE ME CHARGE TO MY VISA MASTERCARD OR DISCOVER NAME ON CARD: CARD NO.: EXP. DATE: RETURN REGISTRATION TO MPF, 802 LOCUST ST., COLUMBIA MO, 65201 -OR- FAX TO 573.874.5894 Contact Melody Bezenek at MPF, 573.449.4167, or mbezenek@socket.net for more information or to register. Sessions and Speakers Greg Bowers - sports editor, Columbia Missourian , and associate professor, Missouri School of Journalism. Find the stories that everyone will want to read - reach the geeks but keep everyone interested. Brady Jones - design editor, Columbia Missourian . Doing it fast and making it sing - game-time design tips. Amber Garrett assistant photo editor, Columbia Missourian, and graduate student, Missouri School of Journalism. Your iPhone can do more than you think - how to make great photos with less than great equipment. Matt Dulin - audience engagement editor, C olumbia Missourian, and assistant professor, Missouri School of Journalism . Stop crying and learn to love your audience. Want to engage your readers? Hear how to promote your content online and find readers. Laura Johnston - news editor, Columbia Missourian, and associate professor, Missouri School of Journalism. Five ways to instantly improve your editing. How to do more with less in today's digital world. We'll also talk about some basic digital editing skills, such as search engine optimization and keywords. This workshop is back by popular demand and is scheduled for the opening day of the Show-Me State Games. Learn new skills before covering your hometown athletes. Truth is, sports editors and reporters are among the hardest working people in journalism. This daylong course will provide you with tips and tricks to make your job a little easier. Maybe it's a big change like philosophy. Maybe it's several small tweaks that make things easier immediately. This workshop will help you better serve your readers while making your workload more manageable.

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