A Few Upcoming Events for Journalists, Bloggers in July 2022
Welcome to Blogger Events, a monthly column of upcoming blogger and journalist events that we think you should know about. Plan even further ahead and bookmark our page with upcoming events for the entire year.
As we head into the second half of 2022, here are a few unique events to add to your calendar. Topics cover storytelling, photography, DIY blogging and more.
July 7-23: Summit for Reporters and Editors
Apply now for Poynter’s annual summit to help journalists thrive professionally and personally. Boost your skills in storytelling, interviewing, editing and more through one-on-one coaching and more than 20 hours of live instruction.
July 8-10: Click Away 2022
Click Away is a photography conference full of useful sessions and workshops for photographers and content creators. Attendees get to build their own conference schedule depending on which ticket option they choose. The event will take place in Chicago.
July 11-15: Master the Art of Storytelling
In this workshop from Wylie Communications, “you’ll learn step-by-step techniques for writing great stories in a business context.” Sessions will cover topics like how to write a strong lead, organize content for the biggest impact and write a high-quality conclusion.
July 21-23: Haven Conference
DIY and home decor bloggers will head to Atlanta for this year’s Haven Conference to “celebrate the DIY spirit, learn new skills and build an online business.” The large list of speakers will provide hands-on demos, present on social media strategy and more to help influencers and entrepreneurs thrive. Topics will cover everything from SEO to epoxy, taxes and leather crafting.
July 21-23: ChicagoAAN 2022
The Association of Alternative Newsmedia’s annual conference will take place in person in Chicago. Topics will cover editorial and design, diversity and inclusion, branded content, defamation trends, collaborative local media strategies and more.
This AMA-style webinar will give journalists an opportunity to ask questions and discuss how the American Rescue Plan and other federal stimulus funds will be used in local communities. Data journalists and Poynter experts will be on hand to answer pre-submitted questions or ones submitted during the call.