2020 - Summer
Journalistic Inquiry: Multimedia (Session 1)
Course Number: SS1: JOUR-UA 102.001
Day & Time: Mon/Tue 9:00am - 1:00pm
Instructor: Phil Rosenbaum
Albert Class Number: 2532
Prerequisite: Journalistic Inquiry: The Written Word (JOUR-UA 101)
In Journalistic Inquiry: Multimedia we focus on storytelling as we shoot video, edit it and produce unique digital content. This class sharpens your editorial, technical and artistic understanding of multimedia. You will learn to write, produce and edit polished and professional quality multimedia video and audio news stories–from home. Tapping into today’s leading collaborative news gathering and production tools, the instructor, a seasoned network producer, will give you the insight and the know-how.
Reporters are now doing top-level work from home, and so will you. No prior experience or knowledge of editing software is required. You will generate and pursue story ideas, shoot strong video, write scripts, and edit your stories—in six short, door-opening weeks. Class includes a bonus hands-on segment focusing on documentary film production.
Notes: Required for the journalism major and the minor in broadcast and multimedia journalism. Counts as an elective for the minor in print and online journalism.
For non-NYU students, if you are interested in taking this course, please email firstname.lastname@example.org about assessing your previous journalism experience and whether the prerequisite can be waived.