EIJ16: It's not too late to join us!

Even if you weren't able to register online, we can sign you up in person. Get on-site registration details here and get yourself to New Orleans for the journalism conference of the year.

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‘Spotlight’ and the Future of Investigative Journalism

In this EIJ Super Session, former Boston Globe editor Marty Baron talks with Kirsten Lundberg, former head of the Columbia case studies project, about the work that exposed a crisis in the Catholic Church and inspired the Oscar-winning film “Spotlight.”

Breakout Sessions: journalism training galore

There's something for everyone in this year's schedule. Check out a growing list of the breakout sessions (more than 50 and counting!) we're offering in New Orleans.

Early schedule at a glance

Want an early glimpse of what's on the menu at EIJ16? An early version of the schedule is now online.

Budgeting for EIJ16? We can help!

We know it is a worthwhile investment in yourself to attend EIJ16. However, the costs can add up. So we put together a tip sheet on saving money between January and September to get you to New Orleans.

New Orleans Tours

Explore the city with amazing tours from Mardi Gras World (pictured), the Southern Food & Beverage Museum, Le Musée de f.p.c. and more! Get all the details and reserve your spot today.

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