In this one-credit mini-course, students pitched, reported, produced, wrote, and edited a television news story in a 24-hour period. Jamie Kraft, executive producer of the weekend editions of NBC Nightly News, taught the class with Prof. Anthony Adornato.
Kristin Leffler's film won the Loreen Arbus Focus on Disability Scholarship at this year's College Television Awards. The award recognizes student filmmakers who shed light on people with disabilities. The College Television Awards is a renowned national competition of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Foundation.
Mobile and social media journalism course: Students use mobile devices and social media for the newsgathering and production of stories in the local community. Learn more about the course here. http://mobileandsocialmediajournalism.wordpress.com/
Six of IC's best and brightest - all PARK students - spent their Fall Break in Memphis shooting interviews for a documentary commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the assassination of The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The students are working with Memphis PBS affiliate WKNO-TV to produce the documentary. You can see the photos here, but to see the documentary - you'll have to tune in next April! The students working on this project are: Christy Calcagno, Katie Jones, Kalia Kornegay, Elena Maria Piech, Sophia Tulp, and Emily Varga,