One conference webinar each day from September 14 to 18 and from 21 to 25 on topics from scrollytelling to investigative journalism, service packages to revenue diversity strategies.
Resources for the BC magazine industry and others.
Brief announcement about Journalism Tax Measures and Canadian Heritage funding.
Conference postponed until September 2020.
Full-time, permanent. Application deadline: March 20, 2020.
Forms, guidelines, and modernization plans have all been posted. Deadline: March 16, 2020
Includes insights into revenues and sustainability, digital content and presence, engagement and more.
10:30 a.m. PST. Access Copyright talks about their copyright tracking initiatives.
Cancelled because of lack of interest.
More news expected later this fall.
Webinar/teleconference on the proposed changes to CPF’s Aid To Publishers Fund.
In Vancouver and Victoria, May 23 and 24. Workshops feature Cicely Blain, Chelene Knight, Melanie Samuels and Jónina Kirton. Sessions include respectful work environment (employer’s obligations, HR best practices), unpacking diversity (cultural appropriation, indigenization, etc.), the front lines (role plays on how to deal with discrimination and harassment), and supporting change.
MagsBC and Magazines Canada member magazine publishers may apply for a 50% reimbursement of eligible costs to attend conferences between April 1/18 to March 31/19. These may include travel costs, design and printing of promotional materials, administration and overhead.