2013 NABJ Media Institute on Health Reporting
Event Date(s):Saturday, November 2, 2013 (All day)
2013 NABJ Media Institute on Health Reporting:
Covering Underserved Communities in the Bay Area.
When: November 2, 2013
Where: San Francisco State University
1600 Holloway Avenue; Room HUM308
San Francisco, California
The goal of this free one day workshop is to give print, broadcast and online journalists the tools they need to more effectively report on health stories affecting underserved communities in the Bay Area. Journalists and media professionals will leave with resources to inform and empower readers, listeners and viewers on how to take action to improve their lives through better health.
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