SYN Young Journo – Online Music Journalism Workshop

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Ever wondered if you could get PAID to listen to music and meet your favourite bands? You can! By being a music journalist!
SYN is running a workshop teaching you everything you wanted to know about online music journaism. Specifically, you’ll learn what it takes to get your writing and photos published online.
 

When: Wednesday July 6th from 5.30-7.30pm
Where: Signal: a creative studio for young people located on Flinders Walk in the city.
Cost: $10

Come and meet journalists from Rolling Stone, The Big Issue, Inpress, The Vine, Mess + Noise, Faster Louder and Tone Deaf talk about their experiences and answer all your questions on how you can be a music journalist too!

Bookings are essential and it’s filling up fast. To book your place in the workshop email [email protected].

Anyone 12-25 is welcome.

June 9th 2011
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