The Spring 2017 interactive workshops will help you publish online multi-media journalism, presented by The Winnipeg Foundation’s Community News Commons (www.cncwpg.org) and its partners, the Winnipeg Free Press and Free Press Cafe, Red River College, Winnipeg Public Library and CJNU 93.7 FM.
This spring, the focus is on audio storytelling and podcasting.
Sessions will be held May 16 – Jun 22 from 6 – 8 p.m. at the Winnipeg Free Press Café on Tuesdays and Millennium Library on Thursdays.
For session descriptions, download CNC Training Sessions Spring 2017 [PDF].
This is an opportunity to learn the skills needed to create and publish stories on Winnipeg’s citizen journalism website – Community News Commons.
Since 2012, The Winnipeg Foundation has helped train hundreds of citizens in multi-media storytelling through CNC, its citizen journalism / community engagement project.
This will be the 11th installment of these free workshops.
Primary partners in the project include the Winnipeg Free Press and Free Press Cafe, Winnipeg Public Library and Red River College, plus a large number of other partners from local media outlets, radio stations, schools, agencies, organizations and the like.
Creating one of the most diverse newsrooms in journalism today, CNC publishes multi-media stories from a broad cross section of the public; citizen reporters come from all walks of life, from various socio-economic backgrounds and from all parts of the city and province.