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Community Engagement Editor Lolla Mohammed Nur provides Twitter training to Organizing Apprenticeship Project
The Fall 2013 class of Media Skills Fellows.
Award-winning journalism. There is a reason why the Twin Cities Daily Planet has twice won the Society of Professional Journalists’ Page One Award for Best Independent News Website. Our professional editors maintain the same high standards of fairness… Read More
The Twin Cities Media Alliance offers an extensive program of media arts/skills classes at branch libraries throughout the metro area: Create a Free or Low-Cost Website Best Social Media Platforms for Your Business or Organization Facebook 101 Using… Read More
TCMA offers customized media arts and communications trainings and services tailored to the needs of your organization. The same media professionals who teach the Twin Cities Media Alliance’s classes and workshops can provide a range of affordable services… Read More
The Twin Cities Media Alliance, which began in the winter of 2005, is a nonprofit media arts organization that equips individuals and organizations with the power of media arts to shape narratives that advance equity and justice.
We accomplish our mission through:
Happy New Year! We have exciting plans for 2015, including a new website (coming soon), a new editor, Kelly Schoenfelder, and new classes. Please be patient with us, though, as it it will take us some time to… Read More
Please save these dates: Saturday, November 8 will be the date for our 10th annual Fall Media Forum, featuring University of St. Thomas law professor Nekima Levy-Pounds as our keynote speaker. Dr. Levy-Pounds is the director of the Community Justice… Read More
The Twin Cities Daily Planet invites you to our fifth annual “Pick of the Market” dinner on Sunday, September 21 at 6 p.m., at the Grand Cafe, 3804 Grand Ave. S., Minneapolis. “Pick of the Market” will be… Read More