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Lindsey Weygandt 08439060 Summaries Part Two November 13, 2007 Photojournalism is a very competitive field that requires a lot of time and skill in order to move up in the industry, and attain the best jobs. Jackie Bell described to the class the dangers that photographers encounter as they are traveling around the world trying to capture the best, and most action packed shots. Most graduates work for someone or under major corporations such as National Geographic, or popular newspapers. There are many different fields that photographers can work in such as: architecture, magazine, sports, or food. The shots that photographers capture give a sneak peak in the complimentary article they are pictured next to. November 15, 2007 Mike McKean came into to speak about the convergence journalism sequence. It is a new and helpful division within the journalism school that allows its’ students to take multiple classes in the several different branches to see what they like best, and what they excel at. In these classes, digital tools are used for better storytelling. They work with improving skills through the
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2008 for the course JOUR 1000 taught by Professor Brianbrooks during the Fall '07 term at Missouri (Mizzou).

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