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The NABJ Media Institute invites NABJ Task Force and Committee Chairs to submit proposals for consideration for video training's online. Click HERE for more details. 

2019 Webinars

NABJ19 Convention Overview

What to expect at the 2019 NABJ Convention & Career Fair NABJ President Sarah Glover provides an #NABJ19 Convention overview. NABJ renews its Ethel Payne Fellowship and launches the NABJ Content Creators Grant. Learn about these opportunities and others in the industry. On this webinar, NABJ provides an overview of media and journalism fellowship and grant opportunities.

Originally aired: Jul 25, 2019 07:30 PM Eastern Time

Constitution & Bylaws

Please join Melanie Burney and members of the Constitution/Operating Committee to learn more about two proposed amendments to the NABJ Constitution on the ballot that members will vote on in this year’s election.

Originally aired: Jul 17, 2019 08:00 PM Eastern Time

Effective Leadership in Television Newsrooms

This webinar is designed to provide tools to help members focus on what it means to be a good leader and develop an awareness of the behavior of others. Attention will be given to helping journalists across all levels of the organization understand and improve their own leadership performance to advance their careers.

Originally aired: Wednesday June 19, 2019

Black News Channel (BNC) — Everything You Need to Know

The Black News Channel (BNC) is a multi-platform news and information channel featuring programming by African Americans for African Americans. It is launching in November in 10 cities. The company is looking to hire.

Originally aired: Wednesday May 22, 2019

NABJ Chapter Board Training

NABJ professional and student chapters are the lifeblood of the organization and are essential in executing the association’s mission. This webinar will train chapter leaders how to run effective meetings using parliamentary procedures, share leadership strategies that foster good board governance, and fiscal management tip and tricks.

Originally aired: Saturday May 17, 2019


Data-Driven Journalism: Using Data to Drive Stories that Matter 

In the age of big data, there is a growing importance of data-driven journalism to help drive stories that matter. This webinar will explore the ways journalists can use data to gather, visualize and provide clarity and context to stories.
Originally aired: Wednesday May 16, 2019

Writing Compelling Stories Under Deadline

Want to learn how to work more efficiently and produce stories viewers will remember? NABJ Broadcast Task Force presents: Compelling Stories on a Deadline webinar with KARE-TV Boyd Huppert, winner of a national Emmy for feature reporting and an unprecedented 14 National Edward R. Murrow awards.

Originally aired: April 17, 2019

Success Stories & Pathways for Media-Related Professionals


Investigative Reporting 101

Ron Nixon, New York Times Correspondent and Co-Founder of the Ida B. Wells Society offers tips on pitching and managing investigative projects, getting public records and developing sources.

Originally aired: Jan 2, 2019 

New Year, New You: “10 Effective Ways to Grow and Cultivate Your Network” 

Networking is a critical skill for success in your journalism or communications career. Nearly 85% of critical jobs are filled via networking, according to LinkedIn. These NABJ members are master networkers and will offer you tips you can use even when you’re not actively searching for your next career opportunity.

Originally aired: 
Jan 2, 2019




2018 Webinars

"Is There a Job at NBC with Your Name on It?"

Originally aired: March 19, 2018



"A Conversation with Kim Godwin, Vice President of News, CBS Network"

Originally aired: February 28, 2018

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