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Broadcast Journalism & Documentary

  
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New course ‘Journalism in the 21st Century’ explores the changing landscape of news

October 24, 2016 by | Academics

Vines, memes, tweets, 2 hours of a presidential debate condensed to 90 seconds. The way viewers consume news is consistently challenging traditional journalism methods, including broadcast journalism. To better prepare students for the unknown, Professor Pete Weitzner created the course Journalism in the 21st century, calling on his connections amassed over thirty years in the

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With New Tools, Documentary Filmmakers Are Achieving New Things

October 26, 2015 by | News

Though still relatively new, our MFA in Documentary Filmmaking is making waves, and catching the interest of many people looking to tell powerful stories. Recently, Professors Sally Rubin and Jeff Swimmer gave a masterclass to talk about some of the major challenges and issues facing today’s documentary filmmakers, including changes in technology, broadcast, distribution outlets,

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Chapman Broadcast Network Prepares Students For The Big Leagues

November 11, 2014 by | Academics

For the last few weeks, I have been slowly gathering information for a post about The Chapman Broadcast Network, a club that was created earlier this year to give Dodge students a chance to work on professional productions, such as live Chapman events, such as football games. However, I was pleasantly surprised to see that

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Spring Offering: Funded Documentary Opportunity: Community Voices

October 13, 2014 by | Academics

Applications are now open for our fully funded documentary program here at Dodge—Community Voices: stories to create change. The mission of COMMUNITY VOICES is to create short, compelling documentaries about stories here in our Southern California backyard, with a focus on films with a relevant social issue at their core. Films will be given $5000