CNBC Business Reporting Workshop


Business journalists are committed to presenting deeply sourced and up-to-the-minute stories that affect markets and business in real time, providing context for the audience and delivering content across multiple platforms.

CNBC is hosting an invitation-only, interactive business reporting workshop at the 2019 AAJA National Convention designed to teach on-air reporters and multimedia journalists how to break down financial news events quickly and report stories clearly for a global audience.

 By participating in this free workshop, experienced journalists will expand their reporting skills and engage with CNBC talent and producers.

Some workshop attendees may be selected at the end of the workshop for an opportunity to visit CNBC Global Headquarters for a camera test and interviews with members of CNBC’s executive team.


  • An interactive session designed to teach journalists how to quickly uncover, identify, and critically assess the most impactful information in a financial news story and clearly deliver that story on camera for a sophisticated audience

  • Conversations with CNBC professionals to identify the most effective tools to improve storytelling


This workshop is targeted toward current on-air reporters and multimedia journalists with 3-5 years of professional experience. Applicants must be registered for the 2019 AAJA National Convention in Atlanta, GA.  (Registration subject to verification).


To Request an Application: send your resume and contact info to Completed applications must be submitted to CNBC via email no later than 11:59 pm PT on July 25, 2019.

CNBC will have the sole discretion on the selection process. Applicants must possess all the basic qualifications and eligibility requirements for the CNBC Business Reporting Workshop.

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CNBC is an equal opportunity employer, offering a great work environment, challenging career opportunities, professional training and competitive compensation.