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Multimedia training for journalists
January 18, 2007, 4:14 pm
Filed under: audio, journalism, multimedia, training, video

To apply for the Multimedia Training Seminar, March 25-30, 2007, sponsored by the Knight New Media Center and the University of California, Berkeley, Graduate School of Journalism — the deadline is Feb. 23, 2007. Apply here.

There are only 20 fellowships for this expenses-paid seminar. Participants receive six days of intense hands-on instruction on how to do multimedia stories for the Web, including:

  • Using digital video cameras, photo cameras and audio recorders
  • Doing storyboards, stand-ups, voice overs and other broadcast techniques
  • Digital video, audio and photo editing
  • Creating photo slideshows in Flash
  • Web page creation and multimedia Web site design

Who Should Apply

Professional print and broadcast journalists seeking multimedia skills. Fellowships include lodging, meals, instruction and a travel stipend covering one-half of travel to a maximum of $300.

If you have any questions, please contact Lanita Pace-Hinton, director
of multimedia training, at pacel@berkeley.edu or (510) 649-7429.

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