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Great training at Institute of Newspaper Technology

SOME IMPORTANT INFORMATION to share with you concerning a valuable program for newspaper designers, publishers, editors and technology staff persons.

For the past twelve years, The University of Tennessee College of Communications has hosted The Institute of Newspaper Technology. During this intensive three-day training program, newspaper professionals receive training from the top names in technology training related to newspaper production. You may recognize some of these folks:

INSTINEWSTECH LOGOKevin Slimp, Director, Institute of Newspaper Technology (best known for developing the PDF Remote Printing Method in the 1990s)

Lisa Griffin, Respected newspaper consultant and trainer

Russell Viers, Software training and consultant based in Austria

Jay Nelson, Publisher of Design Tools Monthly (and the guy you see on the training DVDs that come with QuarkXPress)

Lesa Snider, World’s authority on Photoshop and author of Photoshop CS4: The Missing Manual

Rob Heller, Professor of Photography

Classes are offered in state-of-the-art labs, on both Mac and PC platforms, on campus at The University of Tennessee in Knoxville.

Topics include introductory and advanced classes in topics such as InDesign, Photoshop, PDF Problems, Illustrator, Adobe Flash, Animation on the Web, Creating Video for Newspaper Web sites, New Software & Hardware for Newspapers, Writing InDesign Scripts, Font Management, Creating Audio Slideshows and more. Attendees select the classes of most interest to them

In addition, guest speakers from Scripps Online division, Woodwing Editorial Software and Roxen will talk during the luncheons and banquet.

For more information about the Institute, visit: http://www.newspaperinstitute.com

To receive a $50 discount, available only to folks receiving this email, visit:


Be sure to use the url listed just above (http://www.newspaperinstitute.com/henninger.html) to receive your discount.

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