2011 Multimedia Editing Program
MAYNARD INSTITUTE MULTIMEDIA EDITING PROGRAM
June 1 - June 30, 2011
Reynolds School of Journalism, University of Nevada, Reno
Application Deadline: April 30, 2011
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$6,000 MULTIMEDIA EDITING FELLOWSHIPS AVAILABLE
Be part of an immersion program that will teach you the range of multimedia skills: video, audio, blogging, slideshows, tagging, databases, maps, HTML, producing stories using mobile, Web strategy, social networking and content management systems, and how they all connect.
At the Maynard Institute’s Multimedia Editing Program, classes are in-depth and hands-on and taught by leading practitioners.
Tuition for this month-long program is $6,000 and includes all sessions, housing and some meals.
If you are a journalist who works for a U.S.-based newspaper with a circulation of 50,000 or below, you are eligible to apply for one of 12 fellowships to attend the program. The fellowships are funded by a grant from the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation.
If you do not qualify for the fellowship you are welcome to apply for regular admission to the program and must cover your own tuition.
For four decades the Maynard Institute has trained journalists of color to A - Become savvy editors, in print and now online, Web B -Improve copy editing & headline writing skills C – Become effective supervisors and.
This program has produced effective newsroom leaders of all races who promote team work, introduce & manage change, and improve the quality of journalism.
We equip participants to help their news organizations build a robust online presence and strengthen the print product.
Like all Maynard programs, the Multimedia Editing Program is open to people of all races.
The program runs from June 1 to 30, 2011 @ the Reynolds School of Journalism - University of Nevada, Reno.
Participants will have time for practice, critique and improvement, giving them a working knowledge that can be applied immediately.
Apply today and upgrade your career!
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