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The official Blog Talk Radio station for the National Association of Black Journalists' Digital Journalism Task Force

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This session with Past NABJ President Sidmel Estes of BreakThrough Inc., targets journalists who may have recently lost their jobs or fear they may lose them. We'll discuss what you can do now to prepare for the worst, how... more

Neil Foote of Foote Communications and the University of North Texas, will show mid-career professionals how to revamp their skills and become more tech savvy. Panelists will discuss what a journalist in the digital age must do to improve their... more

The NABJ Reinvention Committee and Digital Journalism Task Force will host a series of three BlogTalkRadio shows designed to help members of the National Association of Black Journalists in different phases in their career make the... more

The deadline for proposals for workshops and panels at this year's NABJ Convention & Career Fair is fast approaching. Looking for a catchy title? Have a question about finding the right panelist? Want to make sure your proposal is... more

Tech guru and NABJ member Mario Armstrong was in Las Vegas last week reporting live from CES, the world's largest consumer technology tradeshow. Join us as he talks about the latest he saw on the show floor and how it could be... more

This year's convention will be held in Philadelphia Aug. 3-7, 2011. Join the Digital Journalism Task Force's panel -- convention chair Rod Hicks, programming chair Dr. Sybril Bennett and Philadelphia Association of Black Journalists President... more

As newsrooms continue to downsize, some journalists are looking at careers in public relations, public affairs or corporate communications as an alternative. Our panelists are: Aprill O. Turner, NABJ’s associate member rep and a public... more

Join the NABJ Digital Journalism Task Force on a panel featuring three members discussing their attendance at the recent ONA 2010 conference in D.C. Our panelists are Dr. Sybril Bennett, associate professor of journalism at Belmont... more

The journalism industry has seen rapid growth of hyperlocal websites. These websites, which focus on local communities, are seen as an effort to fill the gap in local news coverage as other media outlets cut their resources in this niche. We... more

Did you miss this popular panel at last month's NABJ annual conference? NABJ's Digital Journalism Task Force, in conjunction with the Media Institute, is re-creating it here! Journalists can post information on their social networks that... more