Whether you’re looking for a new assignment or a new client, The Walkley Foundation’s Storyology (10-13th August, Chauvel, Sydney) is an event not to miss.
This year at Storyology we’ve added a half-day on August 10 just for freelancers. And because we know freelancing can be tough on the budget we’ve added two different price options.
- Freelance half-day pass: $190, includes networking drinks afterward
- Storyology single-day passes: $300
Plus Newsmodo subscribers get a further 20% discount on their Storyology ticket – enter the code NEWSMODO. This code expires August 5!
Featuring speakers from the international and local media industry, Storyology is an unparalleled opportunity to learn from veteran storytellers and hear how to innovate in your work.
Some session highlights:
- A keynote from the intrepid Yaara Bou Melhem on safety, training, resources and more about how to make it as an international freelancer.
- Freelancers Geraldine Cremin and Alana Schetzer with experts from the Copyright Agency and Media Super detailing opportunities (and funding methods) that are emerging for freelancers.
- Cremin will also introduce you to Hostwriter, a new site aiming to connect freelancers worldwide whether they’re looking for reporting assistance or a spare couch.
Make industry connections:
Along with our amazing list of industry-leading speakers, you can also connect with leaders from MEAA, the Copyright Agency, Google, Qantas, Media Super, Sky News, ABC, Fairfax Media, BuzzFeed, Nikon, News Corp Australia, the University of Sydney, Western Sydney University, Schwatz Media, Mumbrella, Storyful, VICE, Pro Bono Australia, Concrete Playground, Knight-Mozilla Open News, Private Media, The Council for Australia-Arab Relations, Council on Australia Latin America Relations, Bayer, Express Media, Ogilvy Public Relations, Time Out and more.
Phew – how’s that for the networking event of the year!
Level up with workshops
Plus don’t miss out on our Storyology Plus Pass (we expect it to sell out this week) which gives you access to the entire conference plus workshops like these:
- Jumping platforms with Liz Keen from ABC Open: The art of reworking a story in whatever medium is called for.
- Breaking down a behemoth investigation into bite-size tasks: When you stumble on a giant story, you want to be ready for it, not daunted. With two top-level investigative reporters, Hedi Black of BuzzFeed News UK and Paul Farrell of the Guardian