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Berkeley graduate student Mark Anderson was among 14 aspiring foreign correspondents to receive a fellowship from the Overseas Press Club Foundation.
UC Berkeley sending a dozen multimedia students to this year's National Institute for Computer-Assisted Reporting (NICAR) conference in Baltimore, Maryland.
Former instructor and director of School of Affairs at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism and The San Quentin News honored by SPJ NorCal’s Freedom of Information Committee.
Mothers, Please Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys by Alana Levinson - class of 2014
The California Report
Pow Wow Songs Help to Unite California's Native Americans by Anne Hoffman - class of 2014
Understanding how business structures impact sustainability by Jeremy Rue - class of 2007
Data Visualization for Storytellers is a two-day, hands-on certificate program focused on communicating complex information with visually appealing charts, graphs and maps.
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With unique archive footage and exclusive interviews with former resistance fighters and surviving CIA operatives, The Shadow Circus: The CIA in Tibet reveals for the first time this unknown chapter in Tibet's recent history – a tale that is both heroic and tragic, full of sad ironies and unexpected twists that overturn all preconceptions about both Tibet and the CIA.
To stay ahead in the new media environment you must be proficient in storytelling with video, photography, and data visualization tools and technologies. Plus, be a producer of online content to websites, news sites, blogs, and social networks. This intensive two-week program is a hands-on training in essential skills for digital media production.
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Winner of Online News Association's award for best individual student multimedia story on health disparities in Oakland neighborhoods.
Fearless, interactive documentary project on sexual harassment in India, successfully used the Kickstarter crowd funding platform to raise $5,575.
Univision-Fusion piece on Chile's neoconservative economic and political model, as outlined in the book, "El Otro Modelo."
For over 40 years Jschool Faculty member and Professor Ken Light has been focusing his camera and his eye on social issues facing America.