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10 Great Digital Tools for Business Journalists

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For SABEW’s August training session, we’ve teamed up with the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism to present a webinar via the Adobe Connect video-conference platform. The session will introduce business reporters and editors to new web tools and apps that are mostly free, easy to learn, and fun to use. The digital tools will simplify many of the tasks that business journalists must perform, including social media posting, recording and transcribing interviews, and scanning documents.

Instructions: On the day of the session, go to https://sabewchair.adobeconnect.com/aug2117digitaltools/. Select Enter as a Guest. Enter your name in the box and click on Enter Room. You will be taken to a transition page and the meeting room will load. You may notice on this page an option to download the add-in. You do not need to download the add-in.

Unable to access a computer? Call 877-496-9476, access code 01884 to listen in.

Questions: Participants may submit questions to the presenters at sabew@sabew.org.

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Eric Newton is a professor of practice at Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication and innovation chief of Cronkite News, the news division of Arizona PBS, staffed by students and faculty from the Cronkite School. He previously was senior adviser to the president of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation where he expanded the organization’s journalism and media innovation program. Eric was also the founding managing editor of the Newseum, the first major museum of news, and a managing editor of the Oakland Tribune, where he helped guide the paper to numerous awards, including a Pulitzer Prize.

Sally Kilbridge is associate director of the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism where she spearheads the center’s digital marketing efforts and contributes to web marketing at the Cronkite School. Previously, she was vice president of content at the national content marketing agency McMurry/TMG. Sally spent more than 25 years in editorial positions at Condé Nast, and has written for a variety of consumer publications and websites.

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