More than 100 college journalists from around the state are expected to attend the event, which will include four journalism workshops and presentation of awards in the Collegiate Newspaper Contest.
This year's morning workshops are:
- "Interviewing," by KeizerTimes Publisher Lyndon Zaitz
- "Social Networking and the Media," by Corvallis Gazette-Times Entertainment Editor Nancy Raskauskas and Oregonian Sports Writer Lindsay Schnell
- "Open Records/Meetings and Legal/Ethics," by Portland State University Student Publications Adviser Judson Randall and Duane Bosworth, a partner in the Portland law firm of Davis Wright Tremaine
- "Building a Strong Editorial Page," by Albany Democrat-Herald Editor Hasso Hering
The annual contest is supported by the ONPA's Oregon Newspapers Foundation. Awards will be presented by Martha Wells, publisher of the Albany Democrat-Herald and immediate past president of ONPA.