- Hones Multimedia Storytelling Skills
- Explores Traditional and Digital Media
- Develops Technical Skills
Over the past 25 years, journalism has experienced huge changes in the gathering, creation, and dissemination of news content. These cutting-edge courses ground you in the here and now of writing and producing features, breaking news, and multimedia stories. You will gain practical training in research and reporting, while building technical skills to produce strong narrative stories for a variety of media—newspapers, magazines, video, websites, blogs, podcasts, social media platforms, among others.
Learn how to hatch fresh story ideas that will draw editors’ attention and how to portray these ideas in winning ways.
Learn everything you need to launch your own podcast or to begin a career in radio journalism.
Editors want diversity on their essay and opinion pages, and this course will reveal how to turn outsider status into a selling point.
This practical workshop is designed to prepare you for writing and publishing feature articles.
In this course taught by a New York Times reporter, learn the central aspects of newswriting.
Focus on the basic principles of news reporting with an emphasis on learning by doing.
Acquire the skills you need to develop and launch your own podcast featuring interviews or conversation.
Sharpen your writing skills by reporting and writing on personal (or other people’s) experiences.