Public Service Media have the responsibility to make women’s sport a standard fixture of the sports media landscape. It has also been demonstrated that gender-balanced sports coverage provides new stories and enables broadcasters to reach new audiences. This can only be done by methodically raising awareness and setting up clear objectives and processes.
This e-Master Class will give you the tools and inspiration to create awareness and accountability on gender portrayal, set measurable targets on women’s coverage and shift your sports department’s culture for the long term.
Audience Needs: Meet the expectations of younger audiences.
Business: Increase your reach and media coverage, valorize your brand.
Diversity: Improve the gender balance of sports coverage.
Editorial Skills: How to build new editorial priorities.
Social Media: How to distribute new stories on the relevant platforms.
Storytelling: Use the opportunity for new forms of storytelling.
Strategy: Increase brand awareness & reputation; measure the value that PSM creates (at individual, society & industry levels).
Between sessions and in their own time, trainees will be asked to work on their own or in small groups on a few tasks (e.g. prepare an action plan, do a few exercises on gender portrayal etc.). The total time needed will be 1 to one 1.5 hours. While we encourage trainees to take up the chance to practice what they’ve learned, we understand it may not always be possible because of other commitments outside the e-MC. If this is the case, please discuss this with the trainer, Linn Hellstrand.
Tuesday 28 September 2021: 10am to 12:30pm CEST
Wednesday 29 September 2021: 10am to 12:30pm CEST
Friday 1 October 2021: 10am to 12:30pm CEST
SkillAudience Business Diversity Editorial Social Storytelling Strategy
28 Sep - 01 Oct 2021
27 Sep 2021
Fee: EUR 450
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