Dive into visual storytelling tools.
This session will demonstrate how photos, graphics and sidebars add to your “complete” storytelling as well as what roles each individual in the newsroom plays in the process. Reporters will receive tips on how to incorporate visuals that enhance the readership of their stories (through design) in print and online.
In conjunction with PA News Leaders Association.
Presenters include: Chad Sebring, news editor, The Times-Tribune, Scranton
This complimentary GoToWebinar session is scheduled to begin promptly at 12 noon, eastern time, on Tuesday, August 22. Registrants must have both a computer and audio/phone in order to participate.
A GoToWebinar confirmation with log in instructions will be emailed to each registrant immediately upon registering from Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association Training and a reminder email will be sent one day and one hour prior to the session. If you don’t see it, check your junk folder.
Chad Sebring is the news editor at The Times-Tribune. He has been a journalist for roughly 20 years, making the all-too-common jump from beer truck driver to journalist in the mid-90s, where he started as a reporter at The Abington Journal in Clarks Summit.
He joined The Scranton Times in 1999, holding jobs from bureau chief to copy editor to news editor. Against all reason and thanks largely to bribes, he has won several state and national awards for headline writing, design and photography.
He is also the owner of Two Sticks Studios, a Scranton-based photo studio. He lives in Clarks Summit with his beautiful and often smart-mouthed daughter, Sophie.