AAJA-Denver to host community social media training workshop

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Learn from members of the media on how to use social media forums, such as Facebook and Twitter, to get the word out about your community’s or organization’s event, or your group’s performance!

Who: Denver chapter of Asian American Journalists Association
What: Community Social Media Training for leaders within the local Asian and Asian communities, as well as performers and leaders within groups and organizations interested in media outreach
Date: Saturday, Sept. 22
Time: 10 a.m. to noon
Where: KDVR Fox 31, 100 E. Speer Blvd., Denver, 80203
How Much: Cost is $25 per person
Contact: AAJA-Denver President Joe Nguyen, aajadenver@gmail.com, 303-378-9832


1. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER ONLINE

2. PAY THE REGISTRATION FEE ONLINE:


Join members of AAJA Denver, the Association of Asian American Journalists, as we offer an introduction to using social media to reach out to your communities.

The Community Social Media Workshop will be designed to help you get the word out about your community, event or performance.

We’ll help you understand about how using tools such as Facebook and Twitter to help the wider community and the media stay informed with what’s happening in your organization.

AAJA-Denver’s Asian Community Media Training will be held from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Sept. 22 at KDVR Fox 31, 100 Speer Blvd. Light refreshments and snacks will be served.

Space is limited, but you can reserve your attendance at http://bit.ly/OjZvKP. The cost is $25. Contact Joe Nguyen, aajadenver@gmail.com, 303-378-9832 for more information.

This workshop is sponsored by AAJA Denver and KDVR Fox 31.

REGISTER ONLINE NOW!

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