April 13, 2020, By Yeesoon Jeon, Documentary Video Production 1 Three women share their personal stories as part of a…
Day: April 13, 2020
The Envoy, an independent student-run news site, is back with a vengeance this year after a long hiatus, and has seen online readership skyrocket into the thousands amid its extensive coronavirus coverage. Plus, get paid to help the news service cover news, features and more.
With face-to-face reporting still unsafe during the COVID-19 outbreak, remote video interviewing has become a “key tool in our arsenal," according to journalists and videographers during an April 6 Zoom training webinar. Get tips and tricks for conducting professional web video interviews.
The Metro New York Labor Communications Council is offering a $500 prize for work by tri-state area undergraduate and graduate journalism students on the theme, “The 2020 elections and My Life/My Community.” Submission deadline is May 4. Here's how to enter.
Freelance food writer Pamela Vachon paid a virtual visit to the journalism program's magazine writing class. Learn about her circuitous career path, and her tips on using story pitches to make good first impressions, as well as on writing what you care about.
MediaMKRS, a new media job training partnership in New York City, is hosting an information session at 12:30 p.m. on April 21. Find out more and register.
The Deadline Club has extended the deadline for its undergraduate and graduate scholarship applications until July 1, 2020. Find out how to apply by the new deadline.
April 13, 2020, by Kalli Siringas, Hunter Journalism With face-to-face reporting still unsafe during the COVID-19 outbreak, remote video interviewing has…
April 13, 2020, by Rich Mendez, Hunter Journalism The Envoy, an independent student-run news site, is back with a vengeance…