Learn how to write news about your church
Network Norfolk is teaming up with sister Christian news website Network Yarmouth to offer a free half-day course in news writing and media promotion ...
Network Norfolk is teaming up with sister Christian news website Network Yarmouth to offer a free half-day course in news writing and media promotion.
The course, on September 30 in Great Yarmouth, will be run by media professional and website publisher Keith Morris.
If will cover tips on how to write news stories for your own website or newsletter or to send out as a press release to promote your activities. It will also include advice on taking good quality news photographs and how to write specifically for the web.
The interactive session aims to send people away with ideas for news stories about their organisation or church and how to write them.
Keith is publisher of the Network Norfolk website, editor of the Good News for Norwich and Norfolk newspaper and Director of Communications for the Catholic Diocese of East Anglia.
Network Yarmouth is looking for people who will write news stories for it and hopes that some course attendees will be interested in taking up this role.
The course will take place at St Paul’s Church, Salisbury Road, Great Yarmouth, NR30 4LH from 10am to around 12.30pm on Friday September 30.
- To register for your free place, please contact email@example.com by Friday September 23, stating your name and which organisation or church you are involved with.
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