Charlotte Area Association of Black Journalists presents our annual Secrets to Accessing the Media Workshop Saturday, October 19 at Levine Museum of the New South.
Community members, activists, entrepreneurs and organizations can talk to and learn from members of the media at this information-packed event. Respected journalists from Charlotte newspapers, magazines, TV, radio stations, and Internet outlets will offer tips and advice on how to get stories told. They will also explain how news at individual media outlets is produced and answer questions from the audience.
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Members and staffs of nonprofit organizations, HOA’s, community groups, small businesses, and more are encouraged to attend this FREE event.
When: Saturday, October 19, 2013, 10 a.m. to noon.
Where: Levine Museum of the New South, 200 E. 7th St., Charlotte. Free parking is available at Seventh Street Station (bring your ticket into the museum to be validated).
Cost: Free and open to public. Guests are asked to RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact CAABJ President Ken Lemon at 704-564-0313 for more information.
The Charlotte Area Association of Black Journalists is an affiliate chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists, a non-profit organization focused on establishing strong ties among African-Americans working in the media and expanding and balancing the media's coverage of the African-American community and experience. For additional information or media inquiries on CAABJ, contact Ken Lemon, chapter president, at 704-564-0313, email@example.com, or visit www.caabj.org.
ABOUT LEVINE MUSEUM OF THE NEW SOUTH
Levine Museum of the New South shares the stories of the American South from the end of the Civil War until today. A welcoming, inclusive gathering place, Levine Museum has become known for bold, innovative exhibits and programs that tackle tough issues and spark meaningful conversations. From the end of slavery and the long struggle of integration to the legacy of cotton farming, textile mills and ongoing issues of inequality, the museum promotes learning, awareness and understanding. For more information, visit www.museumofthenewsouth.org.