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The Secrets of First Person Writing (1 hour, 41 minutes)
  How to Write an Arts and Culture Review (15 minutes)
The editors of The New York Times "Lives" and "Modern Love" sections join book agent Elizabeth Kaplan, Villard editorial director Bruce Tracy, Jane editor Esther Haynes, and authors Gael Greene and Susan Shapiro to discuss the secrets behind publishing first-person writing.  more details

Editorial/Journalism, Writing & Publishing, Memoir, Pitching, Essay Writing, Recorded Event
  Learn everything you need to know to write a smart, publishable review of music, film, books, theater or any other arts and culture topic.  more details

Writing & Publishing, Arts, Pitching, Intro, Crash Course, Reviewing
Pitch Slam 1-on-1: OK! (22 minutes)
  Pitch Slam 1-on-1: Ladies' Home Journal (36 minutes)
OK! editor-in-chief Sarah Ivens takes pitches from three writers with ideas for the stateside version of the U.K.'s best-selling weekly celebrity magazine, which is interested in hearing from anyone with access to big names.  more details

Editorial/Journalism, Magazines, Pitching, Pitch Slam
  Four writers try to sell Ladies Home Journal editor-in-chief Diane Salvatore story ideas for the modern version of a venerable magazine with lots of room for freelancers.  more details

Editorial/Journalism, Magazines, Pitching, Pitch Slam
Guidelines for Writing Online (15 minutes)
  Fact-Checking (18 minutes)
Find out what today's audiences expect online and learn to engage them with searchable headlines and appropriate multimedia content.  more details

Writing, New Media, Crash Course, Intermediate, Seo
  How to work with writers and editors, mark up copy, and track down information and sources.  more details

Writing & Publishing, Magazines, Publishing, Copy Editing, Editing, Research, Crash Course, Intermediate
When Life Throws You A Curve: When Industry Changes Affect Your Career (43 minutes)
  Mediabistro Circus: The Future of Social Media with Chris Anderson (55 minutes)
A panel discussion about your place in the evolution of the media.  more details

Editorial/Journalism, Writing & Publishing, New Media, Job Search, Social Media, Recorded Event
  The editor of Wired explains how to create a social network that works.  more details

Editorial/Journalism, Writing & Publishing, Social Media, Recorded Event, Community Management
Mediabistro Circus: Taking The New York Times Digital with Jim Roberts (1 hour, 14 minutes)
  Ask Laurel: How Can I Go From College to Career? (24 minutes)
Jim Roberts (editor of digital news) and Aron Pilhofer (editor of interactive news technology).  more details

Newspapers, News, New Media, Blogging, Recorded Event
  You can jump-start your journalism career before graduation day. Find out how from founder Laurel Touby.  more details

Editorial/Journalism, Writing & Publishing, Blogging, Job Search, Internships, Ask Laurel
Land Your First Editorial Job (1 hour, 30 minutes)
  Ask Laurel: How Can I Go From Model to Model Journalist? (16 minutes)
Editors from top magazines discuss how they started, and how you can land your first edit job. They also dish about what you need to know to be a successful freelancer.  more details

Editorial/Journalism, Writing & Publishing, Magazines, Freelancing, Job Search, Recorded Event, Internships
  Get the media skills you need even when you don't have an internship. Find out how from founder of, Laurel Touby.  more details

Job Search, Social Media, Internships, Ask Laurel
Food and Travel Magazines: How to Handle Multimedia Content (1 hour, 52 minutes)
  Get the Gig: Clips That Work (20 minutes)
Editors from Travel + Leisure, Martha Stewart Living, Food & Wine,, Saveur, and National Geographic Adventure talk about how magazines are utilizing the web to compete with the increasing number of consumer review sites and blogs.  more details

Editorial/Journalism, Magazines, Online Media, Travel Writing, Food Writing, Online Video, Recorded Event
  Editors always tell us: the clips get you the job. But how do you know which ones to send? You'll learn how to choose the right piece to enhance your pitch or resume, and how to build your own clip database.  more details

Writing & Publishing, Freelancing, Pitching, Job Search, Intro, Crash Course
Get a New Job: Pass the Edit Test (13 minutes)
  TVNewser Summit: New Tools of the Trade (60 minutes)
Want a career in media? Sooner or later, you'll have to take an edit test. We'll show you the different types and how you can be prepared, get noticed, and land the job.  more details

Editorial/Journalism, New Media, Job Search, Copy Editing, Editing, Crash Course, Intermediate
  How have new technologies changed the ways we distribute and consume the news? Our panel of new and traditional media experts tackles the key issues.  more details

Tweeting the Media: Leaders to Follow on Twitter (27 minutes)
  Writing Restaurant Reviews: Secrets from the Pros (16 minutes)
When's the last time you interacted with a truly new medium? It's time to start following journalists, authors, and other thinkers on Twitter. We'll show you how to find the best tweeters in media right now.  more details

Editorial/Journalism, Twitter, Social Media, Intro, Crash Course
  Reviewing restaurants is great fun, and hard work. We'll show you how to take notes, write a strong review, and break into the business of food criticism.  more details

Writing & Publishing, Blogging, Food Writing, Intro, Crash Course, Reviewing
ThinkMobile Conference: The News Goes Mobile (23 minutes)
  Travel Writing Basics: Embrace the Locals (12 minutes)
How has mobile impacted the news market, and what does the future hold?  more details

Editorial/Journalism, News, Blogging, Mobile, Thinkmobile, Citizen Journalism, Recorded Event
  A successful travel piece begins with the people you meet. We'll show you how local contacts can enhance every aspect of your pitch, and help you write a vibrant, saleable article.  more details

Editorial/Journalism, Writing & Publishing, Travel Writing, Pitching, Social Media, Intro, Crash Courses
Mediabistro Circus: Interactive Newsroom, The New York Times (58 minutes)
  Mediabistro Circus: New World Intimacy-- Social Media and Twitter (30 minutes)
On this panel, you'll meet the team behind the multimedia and interactive features that deliver the Gray Lady in living color  more details

Writing & Publishing, Magazines, Newspapers, New Media, Citizen Journalism, Online Video, Recorded Event
  In this presentation,'s John A. Byrne explains how his publication has harnessed the power of social media to engage with readers on a personal level.  more details

Editorial/Journalism, TV, Film & Video, Writing & Publishing, Twitter, New Media, Social Media, Recorded Event
Mediabistro Circus: Crowdsourcing (41 minutes)
  Mediabistro Circus: Strange Bedfellows: The New [Media] Deal (44 minutes)
In this presentation, Jeff Howe describes a wide variety of businesses and fields that have been impacting by the power of "the crowd" on the web.  more details

Design, Editorial/Journalism, Business, Crowdsourcing, Entrepreneurship, Recorded Events
  Our panel of media business experts takes on the deal-making process and explores the new models that are emerging out of a tough economic climate  more details

Editorial/Journalism, Marketing, Writing & Publishing, Magazines, Business, New Media, Recorded Event
Mediabistro Circus: Questions and Answers with John A. Byrne and Jeff Howe (23 minutes)
  How to Edit a Recipe (18 minutes)
Experts Byrne and Howe take on questions from the audience on topics from monetization to social media tools to community management.  more details

Design, New Media, Recorded Event, Community Management
  Pick up a new skill that will make you a better writer, editor, and cook.  more details

Editorial/Journalism, Writing & Publishing, Copy Editing, Editing, Food Writing, Crash Course, Intermediate
Mediabistro Circus: Marketing Renaissance: The Age of the Customer (56 minutes)
  Mediabistro Circus: From Gutenberg to MovableType: Publishing's Next Edition (1 hour)
To reach an audience online, you need to think in new ways. How do you capture people's interest and win their loyalty? Learn from four innovators who have made it happen in the digital marketplace.  more details

Editorial/Journalism, Public Relations, Writing & Publishing, New Media, Social Media, Recorded Event, Seo
  Our panel of experts describes publishing's new models, including online, mobile, and on-demand, and predicts the future of content, profit and the web.  more details

Editorial/Journalism, Marketing, Writing & Publishing
Evolution of Journalism 
  Mediabistro Circus: Relevance and Influence: Can Data Bring You Closer to Your Audience? (52 minutes)
A panel of experts takes on the big issues about the present and future of media, including free content, citizen journalism, business models, and social media.  more details

Marketing, Writing & Publishing, New Media, Social Media, Citizen Journalism, Recorded Event, Next-Generation Journalist
  Analytics and metrics can help publishers understand how online advertising can help them make money, but it's not always easy. Our panel tackles the big issues.  more details

Editorial/Journalism, New Media, Recorded Event, Seo