JOUR 3102: Multimedia Production and Storytelling

3 Credits

This course is an introduction to photography, video, audio, and slideshow storytelling and production; understanding the differences in content for different media; and understanding content management. Students will learn basic skills in understanding the differences in content for different platforms (Web, print, radio, mobile and television), in identifying, writing, and producing different story forms for video, audio, and social media and in understanding content management. Students will tell stories using a variety of technologies to gather, edit and disseminate information for journalism and strategic communication messages. We’ll work to understand how each technology has a particular audience or application, apply visual principles, and use the principles of visual grammar. Students will gain a basic proficiency in still and video camera operation, in video, audio and mixed media writing and production, in creating images for a video and social media or other mixed media story. They will also learn to manage and publish content in an organized manner. prereq: [JOUR 3004 or 3004H or coreq], [JOUR 3101 or coreq or JOUR 3279 or coreq or JOUR 3241 or coreq], [JOUR major or Strat Comm major]

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