MEDIA PROFESSIONALS AND STUDENTS
UP YOUR GAME! (AND GET A FREE LUNCH!)
One-time only opportunity in Cincinnati
NATIONAL FACEBOOK TRAINER WILL TEACH YOU WHAT YOU WISH YOU’D KNOWN BUT DIDN’T
And this goes even for those of you who don’t like/use Facebook, because your future employer is likely to have a Facebook page and presence. Now you can learn the coolest, most useful Facebook tools you didn’t know existed that can help you create and share your incredible works, including FB LIVE.
Get a leg up on the competition in a one-hour fully hands-on class. Training is great for any creator of video who wants to showcase his/her work. While great for producers, reporters and digital/social teams, these applications work for all sorts of creative work. You’ll learn how to really work the Facebook platform and learn NEW TOOLS specifically for content creators.
"We'll cover best practices any content creator should know," trainer Lynn Walsh says. "Through this training, you'll walk away knowing how to best communicate with your audience, including how to use branded graphics while you go LIVE on Facebook."
You could have to pay for this training we’re bringing to Cincinnati. Instead, you’re getting a free pizza lunch to boot, thanks to the Greater Cincinnati Society of Professional Journalists.
WHO: Lynn Walsh, Facebook trainer
WHEN: Thursday, October 25 - 12:15 – 1:30 pm (lunch at 12:15; session begins at 12:30)
WHERE: University of Cincinnati Mary Emery Hall, TV Studio – second floor
Mary Emery Hall - 290 Corry Blvd (Directions below/on following page)
Parking available in the building. Take Corry to its dead end at the College Conservatory of Music (CCM) and descend to CCM. Park near “Electronic Media” entrance and go to Second floor. Studio is opposite the elevator / next to staircase. You can park at any other garage or on the street and walk to the CCM Building. Head to the Electronic Media wing near the CCM Starbucks, and take the elevator/stairs to the second floor.
RSVP by Oct.23 (so we can order food appropriately): firstname.lastname@example.org
About Lynn Walsh:
Lynn Walsh (@lwalsh) is project manager at Trusting News Project and a past president of the Society of Professional Journalists. She previously worked as an investigative executive producer at KNSD-NBC in San Diego, where she still resides.
University of Cincinnati Electronic Media Division
University of Cincinnati Department of Journalism
Greater Cincinnati Society of Professional Journalists
UC student chapter of SPJ (UC-SPJ)
Directions to CCM:
From the North via I-71:
Take the Taft Road exit (exit 3A). Continue on William Howard Taft one mile to Jefferson Avenue. Turn right onto Jefferson, then make an immediate left onto Corry Boulevard. The CCM Village and parking garage are at the end of Corry Boulevard.
From the South via I-71:
Take the Reading Road exit on the left (exit 2). Continue north on Reading one mile. Veer left at the fork onto Burnet Avenue. Turn left on William Howard Taft, then right onto Jefferson Avenue and make an immediate left onto Corry Boulevard. The CCM Village and parking garage are at the end of Corry Boulevard.
From the North or South via I-75:
Take the Hopple Street exit (exit 3). From the North: Turn left onto Hopple Street at the light. From the South: Turn right onto Hopple Street at the light. Hopple Street becomes Martin Luther King Drive. Follow Martin Luther King Drive up the hill to Jefferson Avenue. Turn right onto Jefferson, then turn right onto Corry Boulevard. The CCM Village and parking garage are at the end of Corry Boulevard.
Door-to-door online directions:
For door-to-door directions, go to Google Directions and use "W Corry St and Jefferson Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45221" as your destination address. After following the directions provided, continue west on Corry until it ends at the entrance to the CCM garage.