Student journalists will descend on Belmont’s campus Feb. 12-14 as the school hosts the 23rd annual Southeast Journalism Conference (SEJC). The conference includes two days of workshops that will address important topics in today’s media landscape, including social media, advocacy journalism, photojournalism and copyright concerns for the newsroom.
There will also be on-site competitions for participants and a mock press conference. The conference will end on Saturday with a luncheon featuring keynote speaker Amy Webb, who is a strategic, digital product and business consultant for online media companies. Click here for more information on SEJC 2009.