The South Asian Journalists Association Convention runs from July 12-July 15, 2007 in New York.
Registration is now open for SAJA's annual Convention and Job Fair which will take place July 12-15, 2007 at CUNY & Columbia in New York. Join 1,000 attendees from around the country and abroad for four days of learning and networking. All the panels, workshops, keynotes + job fair + three receptions + gala dinner for just $110(!).
This year the schedule includes hands-on workshops and salons to pick up useful skills and engage in substantive conversations about journalism. Presenters include Rena Golden, head of CNN International, author Amitava Kumar, IRE executive director Brant Houston, and NYT economics columnist David Leonhardt. There is also a slate of panels on topics that include how the press is (or isn't) setting the agenda for the 2008 presidential elections, the state of the media in South Asia, and the coverage of desi arts and culture.
Steve Shepard of CUNY and Nicholas Lemann of Columbia kick off the convention Thursday evening. Bill Keller, executive editor of The New York Times, will take questions during the Friday morning keynote.
Sign up before the end of May to take advantage of lower advance rates.
The updated schedule is available at http://www.sajaconvention.org
Thursday superworkshops: $10, if you buy a convention pass
Gala ticket for a guest: $50, if you buy a convention pass
Late (June-July 7)
Thursday's superworkshops: $10, if you buy a convention pass
Gala ticket for guest: $75, if you buy a convention pass
Thursday workshops: $15
Day passes for Friday and Saturday: $50/day
Sunday awards dinner ticket: $100/person
Everybody else: $20
SIGN UP TODAY: http://www.sajaconvention.org/