Replay Poynter Chat

I had a great live chat with The Poynter Institute and Joe Grimm last Fall. Thanks to all who joined us! You can replay the chat by visiting: http://www.poynter.org/how-tos/career-development/ask-the-recruiter/190840/live-chat-today-the-skills-you-need-to-become-a-better-multimedia-journalist/.

Enter the 14th Annual Design Contest for Students!

Screen shot 2013-02-02 at 3.24.26 PMMichigan State University will host the 14th Annual Design Contest for College Students, which is sponsored by the Edmund C. Arnold Chapter of the Society for News Design. Students can enter work they’ve done in class, on the job, at an internship or as part of a student newspaper/magazine. New this year: An iPad magazine category!

All entries are submitted online. Upload pdfs or jpegs to the contest website. Payment is made online as well. Please visit the site to read about all of the categories, look at all of the previous years’ winners and enter your student work. http://msusnd.org/

Or go right to the contest entry page: http://msusnd.org/contest/2013contest/

The deadline is March 22, 2013, at midnight. The contest will be judged by experts from around the country. First place winners receive plaques. All other place winners receive certificates. All winners will have their work displayed on the MSUSND site.

Follow the contest on Twitter (@msusnd) for updates and results. Email questions to msusnd@gmail.com.

Purchase the book today!

The Multimedia Journalist textbook and website go hand-in-hand. The book provides a practical foundation for multimedia storytelling skills, while the website is a frequently updated collection of additional resources. For a synopsis of what you will find in the book, visit the Chapter Overviews section.

This site also represents an effort to build a community around the book and the concept of multimedia storytelling and digital journalism. So, check out the Forum section in which you are invited to submit examples of your own work or the work of others that you find inspiring. You can also post comments on examples and professional perspectives. Ultimately, our hope is that the boundaries of your classroom begin to dissolve as you join a broader conversation about these topics.

Click here to purchase the book today!