We hope you’ll join us and other journalists, media executives, technologists and entrepreneurs from around the world for the 2018 Collaborative Journalism Summit.
This year’s conference builds on the success of our 2017 summit, which focused on case studies of successful collaborative projects and featured keynote speakers representing The Panama Papers, Google News Lab and Electionland.
The 2018 Collaborative Journalism Summit is set for May 10–11 at the new School of Communication and Media building on the campus of Montclair State University in Montclair, N.J., and will feature a day-and-a-half of panels, roundtables, networking, and socializing about all things collaborative journalism. We expect to announce our roster of speakers in the coming weeks.
Space is limited to the first 180 registrants, so reserve your spot today.
Thanks to the generosity of our sponsors, we are able to keep costs low for the conference; early-bird reservations are $35 a ticket until March 31, and $50 a ticket after that. The ticket will include appetizers and cocktails on Thursday evening and breakfast, lunch and snacks on Friday.
Also, we want to make this conference as responsive to your needs as possible — so we need your help. If you would like to suggest discussion topics or speakers, please use the form below or click here to submit your ideas. If you want to know what we talked about last year, click here to see a round-up from the 2017 Collaborative Journalism Summit.
In the meantime, you can also subscribe to our collaborative journalism newsletter, written by Melody Kramer, for more updates and information. And of course, we invite you to visit collaborativejournalism.org to learn more about the topic of collaborative journalism — including our new database of collaborative journalism projects.
And if you have any questions, let us know: email@example.com.
Hope to see you on May 10!
About the Center for Cooperative Media: The Center is a grant-funded program of the School of Communication and Media at Montclair State University. The Center is supported with funding from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation and Democracy Fund. Its mission is to grow and strengthen local journalism, and in doing so serve New Jersey residents. For more information, visit CenterforCooperativeMedia.org.