Register Today for the Midwest Journalism Conference, April 8-9 in Bloomington, MN

Register today to attend the 2011 Midwest Journalism Conference, April 8-9 in Bloomington, Minnesota!

Date: April 8-9, 2011
Place: Crowne Plaza & Suites, Bloomington MN (located off I-494 and 34th Ave.)

Click here to download a conference program guide and registration form. There is still time to register!

The Midwest Journalism Conference is one of the largest regional journalism conferences in the country, attracting hundreds of journalists every year from Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa, and Nebraska. You will be able to attend seminars, panel discussions, and hands-on sessions on:

-incorporating social media into everyday reporting,
-improving interviewing techniques,
-new technology in online journalism and how to make it work in your newsroom,
-anchoring, writing, and producing,
-sports writing, storytelling, and play-by-play,
-and more!

You will also have a chance to get your work critiqued by talented journalists from around the Midwest!

Coming from out of town for the conference? Book your room at the Crowne Plaza Hotel & Suites by March 22nd and you’ll get both a discount on your conference registration fees, plus a special discount on your room:

$89/night for a King/Double
$119/night for a suite

Mention “Midwest Journalism Conference” to receive this special room rate. Call 1-800-465-4329 to reserve your room today!

The Midwest Journalism Conference is organized by the:
Society of Professional Journalists – Minnesota Pro Chapter
Northwest Broadcast News Association (NBNA)
National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences – Upper Midwest Chapter
Minnesota Associated Press
Radio Television & Digital News Association (RTDNA)

Special thanks to our sponsors:

Gold: Internet Broadcasting

Silver: Hubbard Broadcasting, Star Tribune

Bronze: Minnesota Associated Press, Twin Cities Media, AOL Patch, Fox Sports North, Fox Sports Wisconsin, CNN NewSource, National Television Academy of Arts & Sciences, Minnesota Newspaper Association, National Conference of State Legislatures

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