The Indigenous Journalists Association (IJA) (formerly known as the Native American Journalists Association) hosted the National Native Media Conference Aug. 10-12 at the RBC Convention Centre in Winnipeg, Canada.
The conference program covered best practices, training and workshops to support and enhance the knowledge and skills of journalists covering Indigenous communities.
IJA members who were unable to attend the conference in-person can access all content on-demand through the Virtual Hub, which is accessible exclusively to IJA members and attendees through June 2024.
Through the Virtual Hub, attendees and IJA members can access recordings of all breakout sessions, keynotes and special events throughout the conference. View the full conference agenda here. Attendees and IJA members should have received an email invitation along with the password. If you are having trouble accessing the content, please contact email@example.com.
Not a member yet? Join here to support Indigenous voices. IJA members represent tribal and mainstream media across North America and the organization welcomes communications professionals from Native American, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian and First Nations communities, as well as all allies!
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