How to launch your career or find new ways to make money in journalism
WhenWednesday 16 March 2016
Visitors will need to report to the reception as the entrance is key card operated.
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John Moore University, 70 Mount Pleasant, Redmonds Building of Liverpool John Moores University, Lecture room 2 (RBLT2) on the Lower Ground floor.Liverpool L3 5UA
This event is for everyone from student to seasoned journalist.
It provides very practical advice to help you:
- pitch your ideas and get paid properly,
- become a successful freelance journalist,
- find new income revenue streams for journalism, including creating your own eBooks
- use networks such as the NUJ to get work,
- add doing PR work to your journalism portfolio.
Chair: Professor Chris Frost, former head of journalism at JMU and chair of the NUJ's ethics council
Louise Bolotin is a journalist with more than 35 years’ experience and has been freelance since 2005. She has written for a wide range of newspapers and magazines, worked in BBC local radio and was co-founder of hyperlocal news website Inside the M60 in Manchester. She runs the NUJ's successful Pitch & Deal and Getting Started as a Freelance courses, which teach how to pitch for work and get paid properly.
Nick McGowan-Lowe is a Scotland-based editorial and commercial photographer specialising in corporate photography. He began his career freelancing for The Scotsman newspaper, and with others fought a four-year NUJ-backed campaign against the newspaper’s rights-grabbing contract. As well as being a full time photographer, Nick is a former director of EPUK, and until 2014 was on the board of the British Photographic Council. He is chair of the NUJ’s Freelance Industrial Council.
Tim Dawson is the NUJ's vice-president and author of Make eBooks Pay and New Ways to Make Money in Journalism. He wrote for the Sunday Times for 20 years and edits newmodeljournalism.com
Mark Whitehead runs his own PR operation following a career in local and national newspaper and magazine journalism on titles including the Times Educational Supplement, Guardian and People Management. PR clients range from specialist consultancies to global corporations. Initially trained as a teacher, he likes to run lively and practical training sessions so that you go away with information and skills to put into action straight away.
There will be opportunities to network -- food and drink included.
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