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The hour-long webinar will examine best practices of all sizes.

The Missouri School of Journalism’s Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute is hosting a webinar on drones beginning at noon central time on Wednesday, Oct. 21. Titled Drones as station advertising tools, the webinar is free and open to the public, but registration is required.

A creative team of drone experts will reveal the hidden value of using station drone resources to add to the advertising and creative services toolbox for client services.

Andrew Carter of Let It Fly Media, pioneering drone pilot Carmaine Means and WCAX creative services director Meredith Neary will join RJI Director of Aerial Journalism Stacey Woelfel and SmithGeiger Executive Vice President of Digital Media Strategies Andrew Finlayson for an hour-long examination of best practices of all sizes.

“The webinar is designed for everyone from local sales people to creative services directors, all with the goal of letting them see how easy it is to incorporate drones into advertising and station promotion,” said Woelfel. “Those attending the webinar will come away with concrete ideas they can put to use that very same day.”

For more information, please contact Woelfel at woelfel@missouri.edu.



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