New discounts, and you could win an iPad: Sign up today for the SND CLE workshop

SND’s Annual workshop this October in Cleveland is unlike any other this year in terms of creative firepower aimed at all platforms. Creativity and inspiration will run through all the sessions with breakouts that will help you with new skills, generating ideas and giving you a big blast of inspiration.

SND is offering a triple-play of new deals. Check them out and sign up today:

  • Group rate, save $200: News organizations registering five or more attendees at the same time receive a 10 percent discount off the total cost. (example: Signing up five at the professional rate saves $200)
  • Become a member, save $50: People who join or renew their SND membership along with registration get 10 percent off the total cost. (example: Renewing a professional membership while registering at the professional rate gets a $50 discount)
  • Register and you could win an iPad: The first 100 registrants to SND CLE are automatically entered to win a new Apple iPad — drawing to be held during the SND Business meeting.

Folks can register at www.snd.org/training/ Conference details can be found at www.sndcle.com

Here’s a working list of speakers:

Keynotes

  • Amy Webb (Webbmedia Group)
  • Jim Brady (Digital First Media)
  • Video | Motion graphics | New Media

  • Karl Gude (Michigan State)
  • Terence Oliver (UNC Chapel Hill)
  • Zach Wise (Northwestern University)
  • Graphics | News Design

  • Stephen Beard (Indianapolis Star)
  • Alberto Cairo (University of Miami)
  • Steve Cavendish (City Paper)
  • Tracy Collins (Arizona Republic)
  • Joshua Crutchmer (Minneapolis Star-Tribune)
  • Denis Finley (Virginian-Pilot)
  • Jeff Goertzen (consultant)
  • Chris Morris (The Plain Dealer)
  • Bill Neff (The Plain Dealer)
  • Vanessa Wyse (The Grid)
  • The Washington Post (staff)
  • Creativity | Inspiration | Ideas

  • Larry Buchanan (McSweeney’s)
  • Veronika Goldberg and Brett Michael (the Onion/AV Club)
  • Jason Kernevich and Dustin Summers (The Heads of State)
  • Lucie Lacava (Lacava Design)
  • Suzette Moyer (Tampa Bay Times)
  • Dave Wilson (ESPN)