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Printable Schedule

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Wednesday, June 17
Sessions start at 2 p.m.
Session 1: Missouri Community Information Needs Project
Presenters: Madison Conte and Ty Stewart, Managing Editors.
See more information on this Pop-Up Newsroom Project
Session 2: Add Pandemic to Sunshine Law Challenges – Missouri Sunshine Coalition
Presenters: Dennis Ellsworth and Amos Bridges from Missouri Sunshine Coalition
Session 3: Meat and Greet MIXER!
Sponsored by Southeast Missouri Press Association. No, that’s not a typo! Join us for a real meat and greet welcome session, SEMO Press Association will be sending each newspaper registered up to 6 meat sticks from Stonie’s Sausage Shop, so make sure to give a good address below to send those to!

Interested to see what happened at the meeting on day 1? See video here!

Thursday, June 18
Sessions Start at 2 p.m.
Session 1: Using Data to Track Your Local Economy
Presenter: Marty Steffens of Missouri School of Journalism
Session 2: Health Journalism: Reporting on the Coronavirus and More!
Presenter: Katherine Reed of Missouri School of Journalism

Interested to see what happened at the meeting on day 2? See video here!

Friday, June 19
Sessions Start at 2 p.m.
Session 1: Advertising Resources
Presenter: Ted Lawrence, Missouri Press Service
Session 2: Craziest Story Contest*, Discussion of the Future of Regional Meetings & Virtual Happy Hour
Led by Hannah Spaar, Show-Me Press President

Interested to see what happened at the meeting on day 3? See video here!

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