SPJ to meet in Vegas in October

With over 60 different professional development programs in the works for the 2010 Society of Professional Journalists Convention & National Journalism Conference in Las Vegas Oct. 3-5, there’s something for everyone.

We’re presenting multiple opportunities for editors and front-line reporters to enhance their skills at what promises to be the top journalism-industry event of the year.

And we tailor our programs just for you! For example, some of our programs include Smashing the Silos!, surpassing isolated information and section silos while developing newsroom networks and links; The Art of Access: Getting Public Records When Stretched for Time, with inside tips and psychological strategies for acquiring public records; and A Bright Future for Journalism, showcasing some of the explosive new ventures in journalism that are finding success.Click here to see the full schedule and program list.
These and dozens more in-depth professional development programs make our early convention registration a great deal that can’t be beat:
SPJ Member: $185
Non-Member: $285
*Early registration prices are only available until Sept. 8!
But don’t forget that this is taking place in the Entertainment Capital of the World. There will be lots to do and see both in and out of the convention hotel, the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. Click here to see hotel rates, book a room and even look for a roommate.

If you have any questions about the event, please call us at 317-927-8000 or e-mail Chris Vachon at cvachon@spj.org. You also can follow conference developments on Twitter with hashtag #SPJ10 and on the SPJ Convention blog.
The professional skills you learn in Vegas WON’T stay in Vegas.

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