Sign up now for an intensive, interactive weekend workshop at the digital studios of the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism in Manhattan’s Times Square. This popular workshop fills up quickly, so don’t delay. Come and learn the skills you need to be able to shoot compelling video stories. The course will feature hands-on learning of video shooting, editing, polishing and publishing, led by top multimedia journalists Bob Sacha and Jeremy Caplan with experience running workshops at MediaStorm, Columbia and other leading training workshops. The training is geared toward those who want to produce short videos about people, ideas, stories, products, places or projects. On day one, we start with video storytelling, how to choose the right story for video, how to record clean audio and a compelling interview, how to shoot a basic video sequence and how to use basic Final Cut Pro X. On the second day, working in teams of two, everybody shoots a very short piece and edits in FCP. We then learn from watching the video pieces in our bootcamp film festival. Questions? E-mail email@example.com.
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**Limit 10 people**
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Instructor bios: In addition to directing the education program at the Tow-Knight Center, Jeremy Caplan teaches interactive and entrepreneurial journalism at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism. He is also a Ford Fellow in Entrepreneurial Journalism at the Poynter Institute. As a contributor for Time Magazine, Caplan covers subjects ranging from business innovation to consumer technology, and also writes for The Wall Street Journal’s tech blog, Digits. He was previously a Wiegers Fellow at Columbia Business School, where he completed his MBA, and a Knight-Bagehot Fellow at the Columbia Journalism School, where he earned a M.S. in Journalism. Along with a degree from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University, Caplan holds a certificate in violin performance. Before joining Time, Caplan worked for The Paris Review, Yahoo! Internet Life magazine and Newsweek. He lectures widely on digital media, social networks, and entrepreneurial journalism and provides pro-bono journalism training and advising services to nonprofits and charitable organizations. Bob Sacha is an award-winning multimedia producer who also wears the hats of photographer, documentary filmmaker, and editor. He has been a staff producer at MediaStorm; a contributing photographer at National Geographic, LIFE, and Fortune magazines, and worked on assignment for magazines all over the world. You can see his work at bobsacha.com. Sacha won a John S. and James L. Knight Foundation Fellowship to study multimedia and film at Ohio University. His first multimedia project at MediaStorm won best Multimedia Feature in the 2008 Online News Association competition and first place in multimedia at the 2008 New York Photo Festival. He has captured numerous awards for his magazine work, including Communication Arts, Picture of the Year, Alfred Eisentaedt Award for Magazine Photography, and the Kodak Award of Excellence. He also worked on a project that won an Alfred I. DuPont Columbia University award at the end of 2009.Sacha has taught master classes at the Maine Media Workshops, SantaFe Photography Workshops, and Toscana Photo Workshops in Italy, and is a photojournalism instructor at the International Center of Photography in New York. He is also teaching video at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. He graduated from Syracuse University with a dual degree in psychology and photojournalism.