As a freelance journalist, you will often work independently or outside of a newsroom. Sharpening your fact-checking and verification skills is vital to protect both you and your stories from mis- and disinformation. Knowing the networks and resources you can turn to for help means you’re not alone in this important fight.
In this one-hour webinar, Katharina Jakob shows you how you can negotiate good fees, lose your fear to negotiate and build long-term business relationships with your customers.
Do you want to know how to protect your copyrights as a freelance journalist and reduce the risk of infringement? Watch this training session in which Korieh Duodu, Principal of Egality Law and expert on media and intellectual property law offers you the answer to this question.
During this session, Charlie Brinkhurst-Cuff, head of editorial at gal-dem, provides strategies and tips on how to find new commissioning opportunities among independent and specialised media outlets. She also helps you build a pitch that is set to get the attention of editors from niche media.
Do you have many story ideas but you don’t know what’s the best strategy to pitch them? In this training, Toby Moses, TV editor at the Guardian, teaches you how to write the perfect pitch email to an editor to increase your chances of getting commissioned.