Join us for Solutions Journalism 101 on Nov. 16 at 12 p.m.
Your reporting doesn’t have to stop at doom and gloom— you can also showcase solutions to problems that will engage and empower your audience.
That’s why the Utah Headliners Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists is excited to announce this virtual training session all about Solutions Journalism in partnership with the Solutions Journalism Network.
What you’ll learn: The key tenets of solutions journalism: What is it? What is it not? Why is it important? And most importantly, how can you make it happen, from idea to reporting to completed story?
Who it’s for: Any journalist who wants to add rigor and impact to any sort of reporting.
This 60-minute session begins at noon (MT) on Tuesday, Nov. 16. Register for the free session here. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Zoom meeting.
About the presenter
Melissa Cassutt, Mountain/Northwest Region Manager for the Solutions Journalism Network
Melissa Cassutt has over a decade of media experience in the West (and briefly, Florida), most recently serving as Deputy Editor at the Jackson Hole News&Guide. In 2016 she was named the Wyoming Press Association’s Young Journalist of the Year; in 2019, she was awarded a Wyoming Women of Influence Award in Media and Communications. She joined the Solutions Journalism Network in 2021, overseeing relationships with journalists and newsrooms in the Mountain West and Pacific Northwest. She stays active in Wyoming by serving as president of the Wyoming Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists.