TV Power Reporting Academy – Poynter

TV Power Reporting is one of Poynter’s signature seminars, and our 2021 academy will once again be led by senior faculty for broadcast and online, Al Tompkins. For more than 25 years, TV reporters, photojournalists, visual journalists and multimedia journalists have relied on Poynter to build their reporting, writing and ethical decision-making skills.

Our visiting faculty in 2021 include one of the nation’s most celebrated investigative reporters, the only NPPA Photographer of the Year who is also the Editor of the Year and a CNN correspondent who, for hours, covered protests in the streets of Minneapolis live on international television. You will hear from one of journalism’s most respected voices on media ethics and a licensed mental health counselor who has taught thousands of journalists how to manage stress and trauma.

During this all-virtual training, you will have the chance to hone your critical thinking and learn to find the

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Creating Creativity: How to Breed Ideas in the Business World


By creating creativity, you will make your workforce happier, and it will make you more money. Frame it like that, and you’d be a fool not to.


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One of the most sought-after attributes in the current climate is creativity. As the world struggles through a period of recession, and companies have to adapt or die, there’s a common feeling that being “creative” is the passport to success. It’s the quality that allows you to change, refine your approach, appeal more precisely to your audience and learn the harsh lessons of the world—and learn them quickly.

It’s easy to think that creativity is a divinely bestowed gift, like good looks or charm. But that’s an excuse, a hiding place; the truth is that you can cultivate it and foster it within your team, both with the grafting on of

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SCSU small business center receives $50K grant | Local



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A new $50,000 grant from Dominion Energy will allow South Carolina State University’s Region Small Business Development Center to expand its technological support for minority-owned businesses as well as educational business training.

“Uplifting minority entrepreneurs has long been a core value at S.C. State University,” President James E. Clark said. “With Dominion Energy’s support, the Small Business Development Center will grow to serve more existing businesses, as well as start-up initiatives. S.C. State greatly appreciates Dominion Energy’s commitment to such important developments in our community.”

According to SBDC Director Jim Johnson, the funds will support the SBDC’s minority specialty program developed to highlight social equity and inclusion for small businesses. The grant will bolster the program’s mission of providing no-cost guidance and training to assist small business owners and potential owners in starting and growing successful businesses. A rollout is expected later in 2021.

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Electronic Films Market Manufacturing Size, Share, Business Outlook, Vital Challenges and Forecast Analysis by 2031| DowDuPont Inc, Toray Industries Inc, Gunze Limited |

The New Report Electronic Films Market posted through MarketResearch.Biz, covers the market panorama and its growth possibilities over the upcoming years. The report also offers leading players in this market. The research comprises in-depth insight of the worldwide share, size, and developments, in addition to the growth rate of the Electronic Films Market to estimate its development throughout the forecast period. Most importantly, the report in addition identifies the historical, current, and future developments which might be predicted to persuade the improvement ratio of the Electronic Films market. The research segments the market on the premise of type, material, application, and region. To provide extra readability concerning the Electronic Films industry, the report takes a more in-depth study the contemporary fame of different factors along with however now no longer confined to deliver chain management, area of interest markets, distribution channel, trade, deliver, supply and manufacturing functionality regionwise.

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