[jja-announce] JJA's Journalism Conference, NYC 2010

JJA, President president at jazzjournalists.org
Wed Dec 30 08:52:22 EST 2009


Dear JJA members and colleagues,

The Jazz Journalists Association announces the programs of its first New
York Conference, January 8 - 12, 2010, held mostly at the New York Hilton
(53rd St. and 6th Ave.), free of charge. It is open to JJA members and
unaffiliated colleagues. To see a complete schedule, with details, go to *
https://sites.google.com/a/jazzjournalists.org/jja-events/ny-jan-2010-conference
.* If you can't see that link, email me for it at
President at JazzJournalists.org.

Briefly:


   - Three JJA town hall meetings on professional topics
   - two JJA eMedia workshops (pre-registration required)
   -  a cocktail party
   -  a luncheon
   - Access to pre- and post-conference forums of the Association for
   Performing Arts Presenters
   - Invitations to Winter JazzFest, globalFest, Nat'l Endowment of the Arts
   Jazz Masters Events at Lincoln Center

Futher information about the JJA New York Conference contact Howard Mandel,
President at JazzJournalists.org

For credentials to attend and cover the APAP conference, which are at this
time in short supply (journalists must have verifiable plans of coverage;
even then, most credentials have been distributed already) contact Leah
Freylinghusen, lfrelinghuysen at artspresenters.com.

For information and perhaps credentials about Winter Jazzfest, contact Kim
Smith, KSmithpr at earthlink.net.

For information regarding globalFEST, contact Justin at rockpaperscissors.biz

For information regarding the National Endowment of the Arts Jazz Masters
events, contact Victoria Hutter, hutterv at arts.gov. Tickets to the NEA Jazz
Masters concert at Jazz at Lincoln Center are also now in short supply.

Merry times ahead --

President Howard


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