Communities, readers and audiences want to see themselves reflected in your local news coverage. Not just through words and stories, but also through the visuals, photos, art and designs in your various print and digital products. Doing so requires you to look, listen and learn.
This session will help editors and reporters visually cover their whole community. Topics include visual inclusion, intention and diversity as well as making tough visual calls.
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Val Hoeppner, a renowned journalist, media instructor and strategist, leads this discussion. Currently a media consultant, Hoeppner previously worked as director of education for the Diversity Institute at the John Seigenthaler Center and is a member of the Native American Journalists Association, Online News Association, Associated Press Photo Managers, News Leaders Association, the Recording Academy and Public Radio in Mid America.
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