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Managing Your Changing Workload Archive

Recorded on February 10, 2012

Editors face a dizzying array of new tasks and constant deadlines as they manage reporters’ work for multiple platforms. In this webinar, you will receive advice for managing your staff, your work and your time in today’s rapidly changing newsroom. We’ll discuss how to set priorities, rather than just adding tasks to an already heavy load. You’ll learn how to cover news live for digital platforms and still provide quality print content.

Registration fee:  $35

Click here for the archive presentation. If you registered for the live viewing, be sure to enter your discount code so you are not charged again for the webinar. You will receive a confirmation email following registration containing the link to the archive.

The Presenter …

Steve Buttry is director of community engagement and social media for Digital First Media.

Before joining Digital First Media, he was director of community engagement for TBD.com, a local news site covering the Washington Metro Area. From 2008 to 2010, Buttry was at Gazette Communications in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where he was editor of The Gazette and GazetteOnline and C3 Innovation Coach. He was named Editor of the Year in 2010 by Editor & Publisher.

He has spent more than 40 years in the news business, starting as a carrier for the Columbus Citizen-Journal in Ohio in the 1960s. He has worked as a reporter, editor and writing coach for the Des Moines Register, Kansas City Star and Times, Minot Daily News and Omaha World-Herald.

In addition, he has pursued his journalism career in 44 states and eight Canadian provinces as well as Ireland, Venezuela, Mexico, Germany, Japan, Saudi Arabia, Ecuador and Siberia.