JAWS CAMP Early-Bird Pricing Extended to Nov. 13! JAWS CAMP Dec. 4-6

WOOHOO! Early-bird pricing for 2020 JAWS CAMP extended to Nov. 13!

Sign up now to pay $99 for non-members, $79 for members, $49 for students and $50 for On-Demand access only. After Nov. 13, prices go up! $120 Nonmember Rate, $99 Member Rate.

If you are a local news journalist and would like to apply for a stipend to attend camp, go to https://jaws.org/2020/10/29/jaws-offers-alice-stipends-to-the-35th-camp-to-support-local-news-journalists/ and fill out the form. JAWS has financial hardship discounts available too. See the registration form for more details.

You also have another week to enter your submission for Books & Browse! We also have extended the publication requirement to books beings published between September 1, 2019 through March 31, 2021. We offer an opportunity for you to highlight your new book on video with a video you create about your book and JAWS will promote during CAMP. Submit your book here.

More about CAMP

Award-winning documentarian, journalist, speaker, author and philanthropist Soledad O’Brien will be the Saturday evening keynote speaker, and panels will explore the future of journalism, diversity, equity and inclusion and journalistic responses to the events of 2020. Our other keynote speakers include Sarah Alvarez, innovative founder of Outlier Media, reaching low-income news consumers on their phones; award-winning producer and author Georgia Dawkins will interview trailblazer Yvette Miley, senior vice president of diversity and inclusion at NBC News and MSNBC and on the board of Out & Equal;  Emily Ramshaw and Errin Haines, leaders of the 19th, a nonprofit, nonpartisan newsroom reporting at the intersection of women, politics and policy will host a conversation; and Khushbu Shah, Editor in Chief
of The Fuller Project.

Long-time CAMP traditions Books & Browse and the Silent Auction will take place of course! In addition, panels and breakout rooms will explore such issues as reporting on racial justice; transforming your newsroom and coverage through real diversity, equity and inclusion; covering covid-19, climate change and the border with an eye on those most affected; covering the 2020 election; reviving local news; and skills training on everything from becoming a producer to using Google’s and Facebook’s latest reporting tools. On the schedule are an a live Indigenous cooking demonstration with Claudia Rosas, a dance party with L.A.-based DJ Kara, Yoga, Jazzercise and much more!

Sign up now – and bring your colleagues! REGISTER HERE