Today marks the eighth anniversary of Poynter's News University. They now have more than 250,000 registered users and almost 300 courses. We are the leader in journalism training online thanks to you!
As a way of saying thanks, they're giving you half-off any Webinar, video replay or other self-directed course that has a fee.
Getting the discount is easy. Just enter the promo code 13ANNE50 on the check-out page of the course you want. It's good until 11:59 p.m. Eastern time, Sunday, April 14, so you've got time to find just the right training.
NewsU one of the world's most innovative online journalism training programs ever created. They're grateful for the 249,999 users of Poynter News University.
P.S. Here's the fine print: This offer is good only through Sunday, April 14, 2013, and is good only for self-directed courses, Webinars, video tutorials or Seminar snapshots that have a fee. It can't be used for online seminars or broadcasts. Sorry, but they can't give you a discount on training packages or subscriptions because that training already is discounted. The discount cannot be combined with other offers. You must enroll in the course before midnight on Sunday, but your registration gives you unlimited access once you sign up. Questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Poynter Institute for Media Studies is an international leader in journalism education, and a strategy center that stands for uncompromising excellence in journalism, media and 21st-century public disclosure. Poynter faculty teach seminars and workshops at the Institute in St. Petersburg., Fla., and at conferences and organizational sites around the world. Its e-learning division, News University, www.newsu.org, offers the world's largest online journalism curriculum, almost 300 interactive courses and more than 250,000 students. The Institute's website, www.poynter.org, produces 24-hour coverage of news about media, ethics, technology, the business of news and the trends that currently define and redefine journalism news reporting. The world's top journalists and media innovators come to Poynter to learn and teach new generations of reporters, storytellers, media inventors, designers, visual journalists, documentarians and broadcast producers, and to build public awareness about journalism, media, the First Amendment and protected discourse that serves democracy and the public good.
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