The Beyond Bootcamp livestreaming continues Wednesday night at 7 p.m. with New York Times multimedia editor Andrew DeVigal‘s (@drewvigal) keynote speech, which will begin the second round of workshops.
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The second set of workshops, which conclude Saturday, includes the following sessions (more about faculty):
- Creating video narratives by Washington Post video guru Travis Fox and University of Miami visual journalism professor Jim Virga.
- Creating effective online infographics by University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill visual communication professor Alberto Cairo and New York Times graphics editor Xaquin Gonzalez.
- Multimedia programming for journalists by NYT senior multimedia producer Tom Jackson and Internet consultant Donny Loflin, who specializes in multimedia and application development.
I am attending the infographics workshops because it’s the area I know the least about, though I wish I could take all three!
Special thanks to Richard Koci Hernandez for embedding the livestream video player at Multimedia Shooter.
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Sidenote: I received an NBC xylophone-like chime from MSNBC’s Jim Seida for being an “awesome” audio workshop assistant.
I really enjoyed working with Jim and NYT’s Nancy Donaldson during the past three days. They didn’t treat me merely as an assistant (I only fetched water once), but asked me to help participants work in Soundtrack Pro, create their narratives and act as a “third teacher” (Jim’s words).
But, besides helping, I also learned a number of useful tips and tricks. Thanks, Jim and Nancy — you guys rock!