PWAC Workshop: How To Resell And Repackage Stories

Are you missing out on additional revenue and markets? Repackaging your articles and work for additional markets and publications is one of the best ways to grow your sales and increase your profile. Almost any story can be given new life if you know how to take your existing work and repackage it. Jean-Benoît Nadeau, an award-winning journalist and bestselling author, will show you how to take one story and turn it into several in an intensive one-day workshop on November 11.


-The dos and don’ts of reselling and repackaging
-How to identify new markets for existing work
-How to repackage a story for a new market
-The principles for navigating contracts and copyright
-Much more!

Who should attend: This workshop is for any freelancer who wants to learn how to repackage and resell their work to new markets and publications.
Location: Concordia Communication Studies & Journalism Building (DA – DS), Loyola Campus, 7142 Sherbrooke W (
Date/Time: Saturday, November 11 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Cost: $65 for PWAC members and Concordia Journalism students; $95 for the public. Includes coffee service and a light lunch.
How to Register: Email Giancarlo La Giorgia. Space is limited!

Instructor: Jean-Benoît Nadeau,
Jean-Benoît has published five books and 900 magazine articles, and won 33 awards during his career. With his wife and colleague, Julie Barlow, he published a study of the French, Sixty Million Frenchmen Can’t Be Wrong, which has sold nearly 200,000 copies in four languages. Their latest book, The Story of French was just released in Canada, the US and UK. In 2004, the Quebec Association of Magazine publishers named Jean-Benoît journalist of the year.


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