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Date: July 26, 2018
Location:
Univision Radio & TV
Time: 12pm - 1pm

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Events and Updates

Enchantment by the Sea
HAHMP Presents: 2018 Sylvan Rodriguez Scholarship & Awards Gala
Date: Friday, August 24, 2018
At The Ballroom at Bayou Place Time: Starts at 7:00PM

Enchantment by the Sea
Presented by the Houston Association of Hispanic Media Professionals

Members General Admission Tickets - $75




Non - Members General Admission Tickets - $100




HAHMP Meeting
Event: HAHMP Workshop Date: July 26, 2018
At Univision Radio & TV Time: 12pm - 1pm

Join us for this month’s HAHMP Meeting in collaboration with the Society of Professional Journalists and the Facebook Journalism Project.

Date:
Thursday, July 26, 2018

Time:
12:00pm - 1:30pm

Location:
Univision
5100 Southwest Freeway
Houston TX 77056

*Let security know you’re there for the HAHMP Meeting

Join us for this month’s HAHMP Meeting in collaboration with the Society of Professional Journalists and the Facebook Journalism Project.

*Bring your laptops!

About the Facebook Journalism Project:
The Facebook Journalism Project was created in January 2017 to ensure that quality news thrives on Facebook. FJP focuses on three pillars: collaborative development of new products; tools and trainings for newsrooms; and tools and trainings for people. For more information, visit: https://www.facebook.com/facebookmedia/get-started/facebook-journalism-project

About the Society of Professional Journalists:
SPJ promotes the free flow of information vital to informing citizens; works to inspire and educate the next generation of journalists, and fights to protect First Amendment guarantees of freedom of speech and press.
Support excellent journalism and fight for your right to know. Become a member,give to the Legal Defense Fund, or give to the Sigma Delta Chi Foundation.

About the SPJ Training Program in partnership with the Facebook Journalism Project:
In 2018, Facebook partnered with SPJ to train a network of professionals to teach Facebook Tools for Journalists at conferences, workshops and newsrooms around the country.
Facebook and SPJ are committed to creating opportunities for journalists everywhere to learn about the ways Facebook tools can help create and share incredible works of journalism, as well as engaging the public in the stories about their communities. Visit:https://www.spj.org/facebook.asp

About The Trainer:
Raymond Ruiz (@EGMNRay) is executive director and founder of El Gato Media Network, a nonprofit that provides career services to college students and young media professionals from multicultural backgrounds. He is based in Houston.

What to expect:
A training workshop that covers Facebook tools for journalists, including Live, Groups, Video, Insights and Safety features.

HAHMP Meeting
Event: HAHMP Meeting Date: April 26, 2018
At Houston Chronicle Corporate Office Time: 12pm - 1pm

Topic: Diversity in Journalism
Presented by Olivia P. Tallet from the Houston Chronicle.
Olivia P. Tallet is an award-winning journalist covering Latino issues and culture. She is also a blogger for Calle Houston. Tallet has more than 10 years of experience producing investigative and feature stories focusing on this community and welcomes tips and suggestions for stories related to Latinos.

Plus, Join us for a tour of the Houston Chronicle Corporate Office.

Scholarships

HAHMP Scholarship Application
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Membership Application

Criteria

Regular: Persons admitted to membership by the Board, being persons whose principal means of support is earned in the gathering, editing or presentation of news. Regular members may vote and hold office.

Academic: Persons admitted to membership by the Board, and who are journalism educators in colleges, universities or high schools. Academic members may vote and hold office.

Associate: Persons admitted to membership by the Board, as persons engaged in such media related jobs as public relations, public or corporate information, and directors of media organizations. Associate members may vote and hold office except president.

Student: Persons admitted to membership by the Board, as persons who are engaged in a program of full-time study in a recognized college or university. Student members may not vote or hold office.

Honorary: Persons admitted to membership by the Board, as being active or retired from a journalism of media activity and who have achieved recognition in the profession by the exemplary contributions to the profession of journalism and media.

Supporting: There shall be two classes of supporting members: individual and corporate. Supporting members may not vote or hold office

A) Individual: Persons admitted to membership by the Board, as a person who is not in the media industry, but who supports the organization’s goals and purposes.

B) Corporate: Corporations admitted to membership by the Board who are corporations which are not engaged in journalism and/or media, but support the organization’s goals and purposes.

My tax-deductible donation to HAHMP’s scholarship fund supports young aspiring Hispanic journalists or media related careers.

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