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Multi-Media Journalism

July 1 - July 7 ($575)

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Multi-Media Journalism Camp

At Multi-Media Journalism Camp, you’ll experience life as a reporter in a digital world. You will learn how to conduct interviews, how to record and edit video and audio files, and how to tell stories. Mostly importantly, you’ll discover how to think biblically about the news. You will find and craft stories for several platforms and practice engaging your audience. Learn how to:

  • Ask good questions and conduct successful interviews.
  • Tell compelling, true stories in today’s media culture.
  • Apply journalistic techniques across a variety of platforms, including web, video, and radio.
  • Wrestle with journalism ethics and cultivate a Christian worldview.
  • Experience the multi-media world of modern reporting.

Guest speakers (via skype) include WORLD Editor-in-Chief Marvin Olasky and WORLD Radio’s J.C. Derrick. Read Dr. Olaksy’s bio here.

Cost is $575. Registration closes June 27.

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Instructor: Dr. Les Sillars

Dr. Sillars directs the Journalism Program at Patrick Henry College. He teaches courses in the Journalism major, directs internships, serves as a student adviser, and oversees the student newspaper. Dr. Sillars is also Mailbag Editor at WORLD magazine, and his writing has appeared in The Weekly Standard, Touchstone, The National Post, The Gospel Coalition, The American Conservative, and other publications. His first book, Intended for Evil: A Survivor's Story of Love, Faith, and Courage in the Cambodian Killing Fields, came out in November, 2016.

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