Journalism Innovations III

On April 30- May 2, USF is hosting the third annual Innovations in Journalism Conference, with over 500 journalists, educators, students, community advocates and media reformers.  Produced by Independent Arts & Media, the Society of Professional Journalists-Northern California, the Department of Media Studies and Journalism Program of the University of San Francisco, and the G.W. Williams Center for Independent Media, the conference features workshops on best practices in investigating, reporting, editing, collaborating and circulating news, panel discussions about student media, journalism education, the future of the Internet, and international news coverage; as well as hands-on technology training. On Sunday afternoon, the Remake Camp takes over and presents an interactive unconference, sharing insider knowledge about social media technology. Both conferences are free and open to all members of the University of San Francisco Community. For more information, contact Professor Dorothy Kidd,


Special discounted student rates ~ $15.00/student for all three days (or pay what you can).  Click here for more information, including the schedule.