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Extra Credit: Robert Bole Vice president of Digital Media Strategy Vice president of Digital Media Strategy at the Corporation for Public at the Corporation for Public Broadcasting Broadcasting . • He will discuss journalism through digital storytelling. March 28 at noon in Tuttleman 105 March 28 at noon in Tuttleman 105 . • To earn the ten bonus points, write a one page essay detailing what you heard and what you got out of the event. • Due in hard copy by 4/5.
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Extra Credit: Sam Dillon Two-time Pulitzer Prize Two-time Pulitzer Prize winning reporter from the New winning reporter from the New York Times York Times . • Covers education issues. March 28 at 3:00 in March 28 at 3:00 in SAC200B SAC200B . • To earn the ten bonus points, write a one page essay detailing what you heard and what you got out of the event. • Due in hard copy by 4/5.
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Extra Credit: Lori Tharps Journalism department prof, Journalism department prof, mag writer and book author mag writer and book author . • Writes about race and multicultural issues. Saturday 4/16 at 10:30 in Saturday 4/16 at 10:30 in Annenberg Hall room 3 Annenberg Hall room 3 . • To earn the ten bonus points, write a one page essay detailing what you heard and what you got out of the event.
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Extra Credit: BarCamp • This is an open discussion on the future of journalism, with visitors from news organizations from across the country. Saturday 4/30 from 9 am until 4 pm in Annenberg Hall Saturday 4/30 from 9 am until 4 pm in Annenberg Hall . • To earn up to twenty twenty bonus points, write a one page essay detailing what you heard and what you got out of the event. You must speak to two professionals and get their contact info.
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Broadcast journalism?
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So you want to be on television, eh?
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Why?
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Television reaches a mass audience.
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98.5 million Americans watched. And the 2004 Super Bowl was broadcast around the world.
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More than 540,000 people complained to the FCC.
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Why did Janet Jackson’s boobgate cause a stir?
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Technology : The event was recorded immediately recorded immediately and clips were aired on stations around the world for days/ weeks/ years.
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: The event was recorded immediately recorded immediately
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