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Weather Packages (REVISED)

Just to clarify, the Deadline for the Weather Package is 5 p.m. on Nov. 2.  You will have class time to edit next class…. VIDEO TEAM ASSIGNMENT #3: Weather Feature. Teams will produce a short video with an accompanying blog … Continue reading

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Blog Discussion #1

Folks — Please read this column by Bill Keller of the NYT and weigh in with your thoughts in the comments section here by the start of class on Thursday.   Steve

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Extra Credit Opportunity

If you choose to do this extra credit, 0-2 points will be available for a 500-750 word blog entry. Deadline:  Start of class, April 26 DETAILS: Back From The Front: WHEN:  Thursday, April 21, from 7:30-9 p.m. WHERE: Bernie Dallas … Continue reading

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Class Blog Discussion: The Job Market

Multimediaites — It’s never to early to be thinking about the job market (even if you’re not a graduating senior 🙂 And, if you’re a junior, you should seriously find a way to fit in BJ Roche’s Journalism Launchpad class … Continue reading

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Welcome to Multimedia!

Hi all and welcome to Multimedia Journalism! This blog is where you will find the Syllabus, Day-to-Day schedule and other important links for this class.  This space will also be the place where we converse between classes and where I … Continue reading

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News or Entertainment?

Jon Stewart spends a little time talking about CNBC. more about “CNBC Gives Financial Advice | The Dai…“, posted with vodpod

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Discussion: A New Look at the News

This was drawn up at the Journalism That Matters Conference at Poynter…weigh in on the comments board with your thoughts. Steve

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