Radio freelancers, CMG Freelance is running a webinar with CBC’s Tanya Springer this week that will teach you how to pitch your documentary idea to The Doc Project.
Click here to register for the event and mark your calendars for Wednesday November 23rd at 6 p.m. Eastern Time. If you can’t attend live, register anyway and you’ll be sent a link to watch the archived version of the webinar.
This webinar will give you an in-depth perspective on how to pitch your idea and sell it to The Doc Project. Tanya Springer is Senior Producer at The Doc Project — one of the best places for Canadian audio journalism to be broadcast to a large audience. She’ll detail how to pitch your idea to the program and explain what kinds of stories The Doc Project and other CBC Radio programs are looking for. If you participate live, you’ll also have a chance to ask questions.
Tanya is an award-winning documentary producer and writer who has contributed to CBC Radio’s The Current and Public Radio International’s The World. Her notable documentaries include an in-depth analysis of India’s international surrogacy industry, which won the Canadian Medical Association’s Award for Excellence in International Health Reporting.
This webinar is free for both CWA Associate Members and members of CMG Freelance. You’ll need your membership number to register. If you’re a new CMG Freelance member and haven’t yet received your membership card, you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org to get your number.
CWA Associate Membership is free for students, volunteers and emerging media workers. You can sign up for membership right here. For information about the price and benefits of CMG Freelance membership check out the CMG Freelance website.
If you’ve missed our previous webinars, they’re all archived online in the “For Members” section of the CMG Freelance website. Subjects of previous webinars include pitching and freelance finances.
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