New World of Journalism in the Digital Age
When: September 16-20, 2013
Where: Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, 2950 Broadway, New York, NY 10027
Overview: This 5-day program is aimed at mid-level editors who oversee departments of reporters and writers and other journalists, in a variety of platforms, from magazines/newspapers, broadcast or online. Workshops provide perspectives on the latest trends in digital journalism, including how to make data more visual; how the internet is changing investigative reporting; strategic use of mobile technology; challenges news media companies face amid changing roles in newsroom jobs and better ways to engage readers. Sessions will spur discussion on how to integrate digital journalists with those working in other platforms, building awareness of new digital tools and practices, and how editors can strategize to help their companies compete in the rapidly changing media world.
Instructor: Workshops will be taught by faculty from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, and key news media professionals noted for their wide expertise in topics ranging from web metrics analysis, digital storytelling, social media journalism, interactive graphics, newsroom integration and more.
Pricing: The attendance fee is $3,500 per participant, and includes all training provided by Columbia Journalism School Continuing Education Programs, daily breakfast, lunch and beverages, a mid-week dinner, subject materials and use of our facilities and Wi-Fi connections.
Journalism School alumni will receive a 10% discount on enrollment.
Costs for all travel and accommodations, as well as any other tours/side trips, are to be arranged and borne by the company/participants. The Journalism School can provide referrals and recommendations for preferred nearby hotels with discounted rates.
Registration: To register for this course, please send a copy of your CV and a statement of purpose to firstname.lastname@example.org with 'NEW WORLD' as the subject line.
Please note: Columbia University reserves the right to cancel and/or reschedule a course based on enrollment figures. In the event of cancellation or postponement, the Continuing Education department will offer reimbursement for the course. In other cases, all sales are final. Continuing Education does not offer refunds, credits or exchanges. We apologize, but there are no exceptions to this rule.
Program Manager, Administration
Columbia Journalism School
2950 Broadway, Room 702A
New York, NY 10027
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