The modern media market - transition from traditional to new media with Dawn Boshcoff

Thursday, November 20, 2008 - 23:12 to Friday, November 21, 2008 - 03:12
Dundas Street Centre United Church
482 Dundas Street
London , ON
Canada
42° 59' 14.5572" N, 81° 14' 12.318" W
Ontario CA

Learn about interactivity, social media and new career opportunities. Making the transition from traditional to new media is a wise strategy for securing your future career as a freelancer writer. Magazines, Periodicals, TV and Corporate markets are moving towards social media, on-line versions, interactivity and electronic formats that promote participation of readers.



Discover what opportunities are available in the new media market and learn how to build your freelance business and profile with digital technology.



Pricing: Student $12 in advance ($15 at the door), Non-PWAC members $15 in advance ($20 at the door); Cash only at the door.



Dawn Boshcoff is a PR/Communications & New Media Specialist, who provides Public Relations, Corporate and Media Communications Consulting and Training, to an international portfolio of clients through her company BOSHmedia Communications. The Oakville entrepreneur combines an education in Radio and Television Broadcasting, Public Relations and Journalism New Media with over twenty years of Media, Corporate, Institution and Non-Profit experience. She is President of PWAC’s (Professional Writers Association of Canada) Toronto chapter, the largest of the national organization, which has twenty-three independent chapters across Canada, representing over six hundred professional writers

D. Boshcoff

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