Tag: Journalism

Introduction to Internet Journalism

Internet journalism

The current reality is that many of your readers are getting their news on the go and on their mobile devices. Writers, journalists, and publishers must adapt to this trend if they haven’t already. In this course, Timothy Morgan, director of the Journalism Certificate Program at Wheaton College, will equip you to write at a…

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Photography Inspiration: Capture the Moment

inspiration

To me, photography is the simultaneous recognition, in a fraction of a second, of the significance of an event, as well as the precise organization of forms that give that event it’s proper expression.” –Henri Cartier Bresson Bresson considered himself a photojournalist, but he was rarely concerned with what would be considered news events or…

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Out of the Classroom and Into the World: MTI trainer’s students experience real-world reporting

real-world reporting

Dr. Michael Ray Smith‘s journalism students are having the time of their lives. Smith, who is an MTI trainer and a member of MTI’s Board of Directors, is also a journalism professor at Palm Beach Atlantic University in Florida. And, he is advisor for the campus newspaper. The student journalists are excited because they are…

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Four Free Ways to Add Interactivity to Your Next News Story

interactivity

You don’t have to be a programming prodigy to add interactivity to your content. Steven King, professor of multimedia journalism at UNC Chapel Hill and former video editor for The Washington Post, showcased free and inexpensive tools for interactive storytelling at the recent Journalism Interactive (J/i) conference, a gathering of journalism educators and professionals. IJNet…

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