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Philadelphia Association of Black Journalists Presents 2014 Media Access Workshop

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Learn how to get your story covered in the news!

Free and open to the public.

RSVP (required) at

The popular annual panel event will show community members, non-profits, small businesses and other organizations how to tell their story and obtain media coverage.

The event will have multiple panels comprised of media professionals and personalities from radio, print and television including producers, digital and social media experts. There will also be a Q&A session for audience members to ask panelists questions and a chat and chew open networking session.

Confirmed panelists include (multiple panels):  Steve Patterson (CBS 3, Reporter), Emmy Award winner Berlinda Garnett (Fox29 TV, producer), Queen Muse (NBC 10, writer), Patty Jackson (WDAS 105.3FM, radio personality), Eric Hughes (Channel 6, editor), Stephanie Renee (WURD 900AM, radio personality), Monica Peters (radio producer, freelance journalist work appears weekly in the Inquirer and other mediums); Manuel McDonnell Smith (Newscorp, CNBC, Daily Mail, visual storyteller/producer), Antoine Haywood (Outreach Director, PhillyCAM)Kay Bellamy aka "Church Lady" (Praise 103.9FM); Cherri Gregg (KWY Newsradio, Community Affairs Reporter); Melony Roy (KYW Newsradio, Social Media Editor); Norm Bond (, internationally renowned social media expert); R. Sonny Driver (Publisher Scoop U.S.A); Heshimu Jaramogi (Publisher, The Neighborhood Leader).  More confirmations will be announced.

*Event is co-sponsored by PhillyCam.  

For more event information contact Monica Peters, Vice President-Print, Philadelphia Association of Black Journalists at


9:30 a.m.:            Light breakfast refreshments will be available at 9:30 a.m.

10 a.m. sharp:     Panel discussions featuring local print, television and radio professionals (will be followed by Q&A sessions)

Noon:                  Chat and chew open networking reception


PhillyCAM is located at 699 Ranstead Street which is on 7th St. between Chestnut and Market Streets, 1 block from the Liberty Bell.

Public Transportation -- PhillyCAM is located near the 8th Street stop on the Market Frankford El train and can be reached by multiple SEPTA buses.

Parking –Affordable parking available Independence One Garage (directly across the street from PhillyCAM).