The “3 Days Journalism Workshop for Intending Campus Journalists” is slated to hold at the School of Communication between Thursday, November 7 and Saturday, 9.
Scheduled to speak at the training include Head of Investigative Desk at the Premium Times, Idris Akinbajo and Director of Digital Media and Research Centre, LASU, Dr. Tunde Akanni.
While speaking to I-79 Media Consults, one of the editors of Association of Campus Journalists (ACJ) LASU board and head organising committee of the workshop, Hafeez Olawale said the workshop was organised, “in a bid to link the town and gown of the profession.
“The Association of Campus Journalists, LASU chapter took it as a point of responsibility to organise a sort of meet-n-greet, training session, discussion panel.
“To expose us to the core of the practice while having professionals on the field come to teach and share experience with us here.
“The intention behind the training was borne out of the passive nature of campus journalism on the LASU campus and the need to revitalise the vibe behind the reportage of the LASU community to the world.
“We have hence, partnered with the Premium Times a reputable firm for such course to come facilitate a special training session for our campus journalists here at the LASU.”