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Reno Rodeo

This week all of us fellows partook in a continuous news cycle exercise. Six of us reported on scene from the Reno Rodeo as if it were a breaking news event, while the other 6 produced the content back in the “newsroom” at UNR. To see the results of our experiment check out our blog, […]

I Did It!

Check out my first ever soundslide made in Soundslide! Unfortunately, I didn’t realize that the captions didn’t take until after I uploaded it to the web. I’ll fix that. Enjoy my favorite photos from my photo assignment in Reno. You can see the gallery of these photos in my latest blog post.

Fellows Assemble

Meet my fellow fellows of the Maynard Institute Multimedia Editing Program 2011. You can find the links to their individual blogs in my blogroll. From Left to Right: Amity Paye, Assistant Editor, New York Amsterdam News; Scott Waltman, Reporter, American News; Sheryl Marsh, Reporter, Decatur Daily; Mike Odom, Staff Writer, Fairhope Courier; (In the back) […]

Updates

Today we were given instructions for researching story ideas for a pitch that we will be presenting soon. That pitch – hopefully – will turn into a multimedia package later in the program. Keep checking here for updates on my video assignment, photography assignments, and other goodies created during my time here at Maynard.

Recent Work

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From the Blog

Jun
24
Posted by young on June 24th, 2011 at 8:08 pm

We made mobile apps today. How cool is that. I decided to make an app using content from my newspaper’s police log. It turned out pretty good. You can search crime incidences by location and type of crime. I do have to say that it took forever to do. HTML is tedious if you want […]

Jun
22
Posted by young on June 22nd, 2011 at 8:01 pm

I’m sorry I didn’t blog yesterday, I was having some internet related difficulties. So, yesterday we learned how to create different types of graphics using aggregated information. It was very easy to use the website Many Eyes, to create traditional graphics like bar graphs and pie charts. What really blew my mind was how easily […]

Jun
16
Posted by young on June 16th, 2011 at 10:22 pm

I know that I have been saying this a lot lately, but this is going to be a quickie post. It’s midnight here in Reno and I’m a little too tired to give my usual full analysis of the day’s events. The sessions that stood out to me the most were, a session on Social […]