National Association of Black Journalists-Tulsa chapter present “Meet the Press Day” on Friday, April 30, 2010 in a two part program. The morning session, at Langston University-Tulsa at 914 N. Greenwood Ave., is for high school and college students interested in journalism, online media, social networking and the web. Registration for the morning session begins at 9:00 a.m. with media sessions until 12:00 p.m. Lyndsay Levingston, Fox 23; Carlos Moreno, Performance Magazine; and Melissa Kennedy, aliveonlinemag.com will be the facilitators.
The afternoon session will be at Tulsa Community College Metro Campus Commons area at 909 S. Boston Ave. Registration for the afternoon workshop begins at 1:00 p.m. and the media sessions from 1:30 – 4:30 p.m.
The afternoon event will feature corporate and media professionals from The Tulsa Press Club and National Association of Black Journalists-Tulsa chapter. Session leaders and panelists will include Russ Florence, president and chief operating officer of Schnake Turnbo & Frank Public Relations firm; Jerry Goodwin, Assistant Professor of Journalism and Mass Communications and Faculty Adviser to the TCC Connection, Russell LaCour and Deon Hampton, Tulsa World; Levingston; and Carmen Pettie, MeWe Consulting; and Kenna Mitchell, Oklahoma Department of Transportation. Panel discussions and breakout sessions will include:
“How to Get in the News without Committing a Crime”
“Corporate Trends in Fundraising”
“Public Relations and Imaging”
“Rules for Public Service Announcements”
“Getting the Press Conference” and more…
Register today and join corporate leaders and media personalities for up close and personal dialogues. The 2010 Media Access Guide is included in your registration.
To reserve your space call: Carmen Pettie at 918-302-9519 or email:
email@example.com; or Mary L. Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The program is free for high school and college students. Individual Registration for the afternoon session is $30.00. Non-Profit Groups and Community Organizations can attend for $25.00. Make checks or money orders payable to: NABJ-Tulsa and mail to: NABJ-Tulsa, PO Box 2904, Tulsa, OK 74101-2904. Early on-site registration is available but space is limited. Note: Proceeds from this event will assist in funding high school and college journalism programs.
National Association of Black Journalists presents “Meet the Press Day”
Who: NABJ-Tulsa and Tulsa Press Club
What: Meet the Press Day workshop
Where: At two locations
Morning Session(9am-Noon): Langston University-Tulsa,
914 N. Greenwood Ave. Tulsa
For High School & College Students
Afternoon Session(1-5pm): Tulsa Community College Metro Campus, 909 S.
Boston Ave. (Commons)
For nonprofit organizations and businesses
Meet the Press Day – Student Session
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