AAJA members attended an audio/video basics workshop on June 20 to learn how to meld video and audio techniques into news narratives.
AAJA Audio/Video Basics WorkshopMake your stories come alive through audio and video! We’ll show you the essential tools and skills you need to become a multimedia journalist at AAJA-LA’s Audio/Video Basics Workshop. Date: Saturday, June 20 Time: 12:30-3 p.m. Where: KoreAm Journal, 17000 Vermont Ave., Suite A, Gardena 90247 Who
AAJA has received information about events in the U.S. concerning the two detained Asian American journalists in North Korea, Laura Ling and Euna Lee.
SPJ-LA: Journalism Ethics in a Post-Journalism World: How to Regain Your Career Without Losing Your Soul, April 29
Society of Professional Journalists”Journalism Ethics in a Post-Journalism World: How to Regain Your Career Without Losing Your Soul” In the continually shifting media landscape – and particularly in today’s brutal economy – more and more reporters and editors are finding themselves forced to contemplate or confront an unplanned and often
L.A. Press Club Hosts Hands-On Twitter Workshop with Mark BriggsMark Briggs is a social media expert and author of the book, Journalism 2.0 Hollywood, CA. The Los Angeles Press Club is hosting a special hands-on Twitter workshop this Thursday tonight with Mark Briggs. The social media expert will show how
Don't miss out on this interactive media forum that features a distinguished panel of broadcast, print, web, and magazine journalists. Learn about the ongoing challenges in the news industry, how journalism has evolved overtime, and the many opportunities that lie ahead. Get a chance to brainstorm and work with professional
Active Arts at the Music Center invites you to… L.A. Storytellers – My Journey, My Rights Submission deadline: April 5, 2009 Share Your Story Have you lived in another city or country? Were your human rights challenged during your journeys? Did you witness anything that changed your perception of human
SPJ-LA chapter is holding an Ethics and Entertainment Panel at the Beverly Hills Public Library on March 25 on the ethical guidelines of reporting the arrests and legal battles of Hollywood's biggest stars in the age of TMZ, blogs and the Internet.