ALL DAY: 6/23 “Visual Storytelling: Engaging Viewers by Sight and with Sound to tell the Story, Use Words if Necessary” with Melissa Blye-Greene
Class Time: June 23 (W) 10:30-11:30 // 12:30-1:30 // 2:30-3:30 // 4:30-5:30
This session will teach students the basics of building a broadcast news story including: choosing visuals/b-roll, framing shots/interviews, writing for broadcast, and best practices in editing, it will then build on those basics to teach students how to use visuals and sound to tell a compelling story that will engage their audience’s interest. Topics will also include how to take their on-camera stand-ups to the next level.
“Melissa Greene-Blye worked as an anchor and reporter during 20 years in the TV news business in television markets big and small, including a stop at CNN. She enjoys using her knowledge and experience to educate the newest generation of journalists.
Melissa is an enrolled citizen of the Miami Nation. Her research examines journalistic representations and negotiations of American Indian identity past and present. Most recently, her work has been published in Journalism History. She has presented research at the American Journalism Historians Association annual conference as well as the Joint Journalism Conference held in New York City each year. “
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**“Intensive” Sessions last for seven hours total, with four 1-hour blocks of instruction. In between, students have time to work on projects and have lunch.**