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  • B2B Ethical Struggles and Solutions in a New-Media Era B2B Ethical Struggles and Solutions in a New-Media Era The quest for high standards and quality. In this webinar, four panelists talked about different aspects of the thorny print and digital challenge facing B2B editors, including: how to decide on a transparent ethics and social media policy. drawing the line between “fair use” and content aggregation abuse. ways to build ...
  • National Editorial Conference National Editorial Conference When Worlds Collide: Closing the print-digital divide Aug. 4–5, 2011 • Gleacher Center • Chicago This year’s conference, at the state-of-the-art Gleacher Center in Chicago’s Loop. The theme: “When Worlds Collide: Closing the print-digital divide.” will examine the relationship between the print and digital worlds. Conference at a Glance Download the brochure (1.1MB PDF).Register now. Dates: Aug. 4–5 (opening ...
  • Bridging the Digital Skills Training Gap Four of five “senior-level” editors who answered the recent ASBPE/Medill Survey on Digital Skills & Strategies had one day or less of corporate-sponsored digital training in 2009. What are the implications? How can we overcome the problem? Join ASBPE’s next webinar on Thursday, June 3, to learn about the research and about what you can do to ...
  • Revised Mind Set Needed to Cope with Editorial Job Demands By Howard Rauch Discussions about today’s editorial workload dilemma usually focus on how we split our time percentagewise between online and print. I followed the same line of thinking while creating an editorial performance survey for an upcoming ASBPE webinar. But early input via initial telephone brainstorming sessions with survey respondents suggests the need for another ...
  • Don’t Miss Chance to Obtain Useful Input on Editorial Performance By Howard Rauch How to deal more effectively with mounting print/digital workloads will be my focus during an ASBPE June 17 webinar. In advance, I invited all concerned editors to complete a questionnaire outlining their current responsibilities. Respondents were asked to focus primarily on their online workloads. They were challenged to identify their most time-consuming tasks. During follow-up ...
  • Webinar: Ten Trends that Could Make (or Break) Our Editorial Careers Today’s editors are in a rare position: We have the chance to help shape a new media platform. Among other things, that means we ll have to work to retain journalistic standards, even as we create a new type of media presence. And of course, we ll have to learn to put aside our assumptions ...

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