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Friday, January 27, 2006

For Sports Photogs!!!!!!!!!!

Poynter¹s Sports Journalism Summit, April 9-13, 2006

Steroids, Money, Race, Sex, Religion ­ all are part of the story of Sports!

At a Sports Journalism Summit in April, the people who produce the words and
the pictures of sports will learn together and separately in this new
offering from Poynter. The summit will include two overlapping seminars, one
on Sports Photojournalism and one on Sports Writing and Editing, and include
a mid-week Symposium on Issues in Sports Journalism.

Sports Photojournalism Seminar ­ Who should attend?
Picture editors, photojournalists, designers, newsroom managers and copy
editors are eligible to apply for the photojournalism part of the summit, to
be held April 9-13, 2006 with confirmed faculty:

> * George Washington
> Deputy Picture Editor
> Sports Illustrated
> * Heinz Kluetmeier
> Staff Photographer
> Sports Illustrated
> * Amy Sancetta
> Sr. Staff Photographer
> The Associated Press
> * Jack Rowland
> Photo Technology Manager
> The St. Petersburg Times

What Will You Learn?
You¹ll learn how to:
* See greater visual potential in sports coverage
* Explore the power of dramatic sports photojournalism
* Deal with the culture and concerns of photojournalists
* Develop team-building and coaching abilities
* Utilize technological innovations to improve your work

On Wednesday evening of the week, the two groups will come together to hear
a panel of veteran sports journalists discuss all the topics that generate
sports news coverage. We hope you go home with dozens of story ideas.

The seminar will be led by Poynter¹s Kenny Irby, group leader for visual
journalism and director of diversity, and include guest faculty from today¹s
newsrooms. The fee for this innovative conference is only $795, which
includes your hotel stay. Don¹t miss the Application Deadline: February 6,
2006. For more information about application materials and to apply, go to