Panel Talk May 20 at CUNY Graduate School of Journalism

AAJA-NY is proud to offer the latest in our series of professional
development workshops for its members.

Next up is "Blogging: Building and Branding" on Thursday, May 20th,
7-9:30 p.m. at CUNY Graduate School of Journalism.

Information and registration here: http://aajanyblogpanel.eventbrite.com/

Whether you are a successful blogger already, just starting one or
clueless to blogging, this is the panel for you. Our experts will be
discussing the latest trends, tips and tricks to successful blogging,
plus:
*How media professionals can easily start one, or two (with a rundown
of Web tools)
*What they can do to build an audience, attract traffic, provide great content
*Why it's now more important than ever for personal -- and
professional -- branding
*Where blogging is heading

These experts will offer their insights on blogging for work -- and/or
blogging for yourself.

Hear from:
Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan -- Food and Fashion Writer; Founder, ATigerIntheKitchen.com
Jen Chung — Founder, Gothamist LLC; Executive Editor, Gothamist.com
Danica Lo -- Editor, Racked.com; Author, "How Not to Look Fat"
Nicole Price Fasig -- Founder, TheNYCityDish.com
Raymund Flandez -- Small Business and Entertainment Writer; Founder,
VideoHeds.Tumblr.com

The event is free to AAJA members (membership will be verified) and
$20 for non-members.

Non-members: For just $45 more, you can join AAJA and get FREE access
to our professional development workshops for the rest of the year,
including a Multimedia Workshop, Create a Website Workshop and Resume
Critique Workshop.

Not a member? Join here: https://www.aaja.org/membership/register

Reserve your spot now! Seating is limited. Questions? Email us at
aajanyworkshops@gmail.com

Thursday, May 20th
7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
CUNY Graduate School of Journalism
219 West 40th St.
(between 7th Ave. and 8th Ave.)

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