Directions: From NE 45th Street, turn on Memorial Way to enter the University of Washingtonâ€™s campus. Youâ€™ll pay for parking at the guard gate. Turn left at Stevens Way and drive until you come to the intersection with Pend Oreille Road. Turn left onto Pend Oreille and at your first chance, take a right turn, […]
Come to AAJA Seattle’s New Media networking luncheon on Sat., Jan. 31. Cost is $15, cash. The luncheon is part of our day-long Choppy Waters conference, which showcases new journalism models and offers tips for charting your career path. The luncheon will be from noon to 1 pm at the UW’s Haggett Hall. RSVP for […]
In the brave new world of Journalism 2.0, what can we learn from new approaches to journalism? Where can out-of-work journalists look to for opportunities? These are among the questions that will be tackled on Saturday, Jan. 31, at a one-day symposium at the University of Washington’s Haggett Hall. Here are some of the journalists […]
The board of the Seattle chapter of the Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) expresses its shock and sadness over last week’s announcement that Hearst Corp. has put the Seattle Post-Intelligencer up for sale and plans to shut it down if no deal is struck. This is a loss for the Pacific Northwest and diversity in […]
“The P-I’s real assets are the reporters, columnists, photographers and artists who give life to newspaper each day. Even if the actual newspaper isn’t around anymore, the best of those journalists should be.” – Todd Bishop
Apply your skills honed in traditional newsrooms in new arenas. Discover the ins and outs of self-publishing, online news ventures and changing fields.