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.
Do you find it hard to sustain your energy throughout the day? Do you sometimes feel tired or even overwhelmed and instead of taking a break, you just keep going? If you answered affirmatively these questions, this online training might just be what you need.
In this tool-box, you will find a list of resources that will help you to identify and address physical and digital risks.
During this training session, Anna Therese Day, freelance reporter, co-founder of The Frontline Freelance Register, and board member at the ACOS Alliance, will offer tools and tips to understand how to reach an agreement between media companies and freelance journalists on terms that protect the interests and safety of the journalists.