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    BARLETT & STEELE AWARDS
    Applications are coming in for our awards which celebrate the best in investigative business journalism. Work published in the year ending June 30. Deadline: Aug. 1. | More

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  • Tracking Tribal Cash and Influence to Washington: Self-guided training
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    Tracking Tribal Cash and Influence to Washington: Self-guided training

    Featured, Financial/economy, Investigative, Self-guided training, Training Archives

    This training was originally held during the Native American Journalists Association’s (NAJA) annual conference in Santa Clara, Calif., July 10, 2014. In Washington, money helps make just about every decision — every law that is passed, every regulation revised and every new or discarded agency policy. From issues unique to Native Americans, such as tribal [...]

  • What new finger-food trends are replacing cupcakes .. or are they?
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    What new finger-food trends are replacing cupcakes .. or are they?

    Beats, Featured, Melissa Preddy, Retail | Lifestyle, Small | Private | Non-profit, Story ideas

    The headline-making saga of the Crumbs Bake Shop company – the cupcake chain that closed all of its stores only to receive a last-minute reprieve from an investor group – suggests a few ideas for localizing food-related business stories. The potential survival of the Crumbs chain is good news for its investors and workers, bad [...]

  • What’s Next in Covering the Affordable Care Act at EIJ: Nashville, Sept. 5
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    What’s Next in Covering the Affordable Care Act at EIJ: Nashville, Sept. 5

    Calendar: Workshops, Webinars, Free Training

    Get ready to cover open enrollment this fall for both individuals and small businesses under the Affordable Care Act.

    A year after the launch of healthcare.gov, individuals will be anxious to see whether premiums go up when open enrollment starts Nov. 15, and for the first time, small businesses will be shopping on healthcare.gov to buy the coverage for their employees.

  • Branding for Journalists at EIJ: Nashville, Sept. 5
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    Branding for Journalists at EIJ: Nashville, Sept. 5

    Calendar: Workshops, Webinars, Free Training

    You’ve heard about journalists and personal branding for a few years. And if you’re like most journalists, you thought: Oh, that’s just a buzz phrase. Isn’t branding just marketing? Isn’t branding just selling out?

    Some of that is true, but the reality is that you are branding yourself, whether intentionally or not. You are creating your brand. This session explores ways you can grab the wheel and take control. Bring a laptop or tablet and get started fine-tuning your brand.

  • Data Journalism 101: SPJ/RTDNA, Nashville, Sept. 4
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    Data Journalism 101: SPJ/RTDNA, Nashville, Sept. 4

    Calendar: Workshops, Webinars, Free Training

    Behind the winners of most major investigative awards including the Pulitzers is a database – or maybe even a slew of databases. Yet number phobia has kept many of us from fully exploiting databases as a tool in our reporting skill set.

    Fear no more! In this session for those with no previous database experience, Pulitzer winner Michael J. Berens of The Seattle Times demystifies data and shows you how to find and mine databases for unique enterprise stories.

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