Above the Fold: Newspaper Visits
Collaborating newspapers will to send staff to schools to discuss certain topics in journalism. These visits are limited on a first come, first serve basis. Call Vermont Public Television’s Outreach Department at 1-800-639-3351 to reserve a date.
Burlington Free Press, Burlington
Topic: Writing your story
Topic: Putting together a front page
Caledonian Record, St. Johnsbury
St. Albans Messenger, St. Albans
Topic: Finding story ideas
Topic: Gathering information and conducting interviews
Topic: Organizing your story
The Commons, Brattleboro
Total of three dates. Visits may be scheduled for Friday, call 1-800-639-3351 for more info.
(Please call to schedule at least 2 weeks ahead)
Topic: Finding story ideas, gathering info, conducting interviews
Topic: Laying out your front page, implementing multimedia
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