Posts Tagged ‘American University’

Congratulations to the American University School of Communications on the launch this fall of its new master’s degree program in media entrepreneurship.

The MA/ME program will offer students a master of arts degree starting this fall, with 10 courses presented over 20 months. I will be an adjunct faculty member, scheduled to teach in the final course for the first class of students, spring of 2014. The program is a partnership with the Kogod School of Business, with courses designed and scheduled for working professionals, meeting evenings and on Saturdays.

Congratulations to Amy Eisman and her AU colleagues on the development of this program.


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I will be a panelist tonight at a program at the American University School of Communication: “Making the Most of your Internship.”

I was asked to start with five tips that journalism interns should follow:

  1. Ask lots of questions. (more…)

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We knew we were risking schedule conflicts when Craig Silverman agreed to present a workshop on accuracy and verification for the TBD Community Network while he was in Washington for the Online News Association. Nearly everyone had something else to do (many of them at ONA). (more…)

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If you’re a blogger (or blogger wannabe) in the Washington area, I hope you’ll join us for a series of blogging workshops TBD is presenting in partnership with American University.

The workshops start this Saturday morning at AU with a workshop on defining your blogging voice. Details on the whole program on a TBD blog post and in the flier below. While we organized the workshops for the local bloggers in our TBD Community Network, the workshops are open to anyone.

I also blogged on TBD about the tweet wall at our launch celebration with AU’s School of Communication, answering some questions our panel didn’t have time to answer.

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