Instead of This, TRY THIS – Planning Your 2021 Coverage

Planning your yearbook coverage is a whole new ball game this year. Previous years may have allowed you to take last year’s ladder and tweak it for the upcoming year, but some schools are completely reimagining their coverage approach. That may sound scary, but it’s actually a great thing!

Kayanna Pham

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2012 Spring JEA/NSPA

April 18, 2012 / 2012 Spring JEA/NSPA

Take a look at the scenery the guests got a chance to see this past Saturday night at Walsworth’s Adviser Appreciation Dinner in Seattle.

At each JEA/NSPA Convention, Walsworth hosts its adviser dinner. This past weekend’s event was held at the Columbia Tower Club, overlooking the Puget Sound and downtown Seattle.

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Hey convention attendees: you have nothing but opportunity in the the field of journalism.

That’s according to Jennifer Sizemore, who oversees the global editorial staffs of and In her keynote address to the Spring JEA/NSPA National Scholastic Journalism Convention in Seattle Thursday night, she told the Milleniums they are more diverse, wired, mobile and online than previous generations. She reminded them that they constantly consume information from all types of electronic devices — smartphones for starters — from many sources, and she said anyone who claims to know what technology holds for the future of journalism is wrong.

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April 9, 2012 / 2012 Spring JEA/NSPA

The JEA/NSPA Fall National High School Journalism Convention is this week in Seattle, and the Yearbooks Blog will be there. If you will be going to the convention, we want to hear from you as well.

We want to read the fun stories of your travels, what your yearbook staff is learning in the sessions, what’s going on down at the exhibit floor.

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