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Doing More With Less in Your Newsroom


Thursday, December 7
1:00pm-2:00pm CST
2:00pm-3:00pm EST

As our industry continues to contract, our inclination is to try to do everything we always did with fewer resources. If you find yourself and everyone else in your newsroom stretched and frayed, you need a newsroom reset. Jean Hodges of GateHouse Media talks about how to set priorities to match your audience, explore planning techniques to work smarter and use analytics to inform your decisions.

Date/Time Event
12/07/2017
1:00 pm - Central Time
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*Registrations submitted after deadline are subject to $10 late fee. Registrations accepted until the day of the webinar. Log in instructions will be sent 48 hours ahead of scheduled program. If you are interested in participating but are unable to attend the live webinar, we encourage you to sign up anyway. As part of your webinar package, you will receive free access to the archive of this webinar by registering for the live session.

Jean Hodges is the senior director of content for GateHouse Newsroom. Hodges develops strategy and works with newsroom leaders on digital transformation, from newsroom structure to using analytics to inform news decisions. As journalists face myriad challenges, the best are experimenting with new ways to draw readers in, while fearlessly tackling watchdog reporting and sticking up for the underdog.