26 Sep Writing for the mass media

Writing for the mass media

In Trust Center for Theological Schools
Dates: 11/02/2017
Tuition: $100-$150 (member vs. non-member)
Instructor(s): David E. Sumner and Holly Miller
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Class Description

Seminary leaders often are expected to write articles, columns, opinion pieces, blogs and tweets for publications that reach far beyond the campus community and past the people in the pews. Join presenters David Sumner and Holly Miller as they focus on the basics of writing for the mass media, including achieving clarity, simplicity, unity and focus. They will offer practical tips to make your writing lively and relevant to readers. The goal—above all—is to learn to avoid creating copy that readers label as “BORING.”

Tuition for this webinar is $100 for In Trust Center members; $150 for non-members.  This webinar takes place November 2, 2017.



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