Our sports journalism masterclasses are delivered by News Associates and the team at Sportsbeat, the UK’s leading sports content agency.
The workshops are based around live sporting events and are ideal for anyone who is looking for a full-time career in sports journalism.
London and Manchester dates:
- Wimbledon Tennis: Tuesday 4 July, 6:00-9:00pm
- Athletics: Tuesday 8 August, 7:00-10:00pm
Space is limited, so email email@example.com now to reserve a place – you will receive confirmation of your place and timetable of the day by email. You can also visit http://newsassociates.co.uk/free-workshop/
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