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Partners

We appreciate our partner organizations and the support they have for our mission and the generous benefits they offer our membership. We encourage you to follow the links and learn more about them. For information on EWIP partnerships, write us here.


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Berkeleyside
Berkeleyside is Berkeley, California’s independently owned local news site. Launched in 2009, Berkeleyside was founded by three veteran journalists: Lance Knobel, Tracey Taylor and Frances Dinkelspiel. Berkeleyside is a local newspaper without the paper. It reports the news and covers the extraordinary diversity of people, issues, events, food and environment in this city whose impact reaches far beyond the Bay Area. A pioneer in the field of online local journalism, Berkeleyside benefits from its large community of engaged readers. Berkeleyside averages 160,000 unique visitors a month, and 565,000 pageviews. Berkeleyside was the winner of the Society of Professional Journalists’ Northern California Excellence in Journalism Award for Community Journalism in both 2013 and 2014.

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kdmcBerkeley is the world’s premier center for digital media workshops and custom training programs. Career professionals from around the world choose kdmcBerkeley’s programs to gain valuable insight and skills in digital media content production, multimedia storytelling, social media, data visualization, and digital publishing. Our instructors are UC Berkeley award-winning faculty and leading industry practitioners who are experts in creating and developing compelling innovative digital stories across multiple digital platforms. Join one of our upcoming workshops, or access tutorials and resources online on our website.

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Journalism & Women Symposium
Journalism & Women Symposium is a national group that provides training, mentoring and networking for women in traditional and new media. Our mission is to promote the professional empowerment and personal growth of women in journalism and work toward a more accurate portrayal of the whole society.

Yale Publishing Course

Yale Publishing Course
The Yale Publishing Course, taught by leading industry experts and distinguished faculty from the Yale School of Management, is an intensive, week-long program for mid- to upper-level book, magazine, and digital publishing professionals. The curriculum addresses the most pressing issues facing publishers and prepares it’s participants to prosper in a time of unprecedented change and opportunity.

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shades
shades – Celebrating All Women of Color – Magazine ® is a news publication that covers and highlights the concerns, issues and stories of ALL women of color, including those who are African American, Hispanic, Asian American/Pacific Islander, Native American, and the under served groups within these various ethnic communities around the globe.

AAMP

Association of Audience Marketing Professionals
The Western Fulfillment Management Association, Inc. (WFMA) is now the Association for Audience Marketing Professionals (AAMP). The new name reflects the transformation of the publishing and support services industries in the last decade to include digital and other media. This new brand identity will broaden the association’s reach and reinvigorate its original commitment to provide information, education and networking resources for all audience marketing professionals regardless of platform.

Distripress

Distripress
Distripress is a non-political and nonprofit making association of companies, non profit organisations and individuals of repute, engaged in the national and international circulation of publications (newspapers, magazines, periodicals and paperback books etc).

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Women’s Media Center
Women’s Media Center (WMC) was founded in 2005 by Jane Fonda, Robin Morgan, and Gloria Steinem to positively impact the visibility of women in the media, amplify women’s voices on key issues in the national dialogue, fight sexism and bias against women in the media, and increase professional opportunities for women across all forms of media. Through training, advocacy, and the development of original content, WMC is changing the conversation in the media so that media more accurately represents the perspectives, positions, and priorities of women.

In-Kind Sponsors

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