New York Course 2012

Photos by Cameron Sizemore

World editor Jamie Dean taught at the World Journalism Institute. Students pictured: Kara Hackett and Kirsten Richardson Clayton Sizemore of CNN taught students Kara Bettis and Rebecca Jacobson how to use their Aiptek video cameras. Jamie Dean Clayton Sizemore demonstrated how to stabilize the video camera. Student Kira Clark looked on. Students like Kara Hackett learned how to edit photos and video on their laptops. Mindy Belz of World magazine shared tips on basic news gathering based on her experience reporting across the globe. Students sat around a conference table at the King's College's Empire State Building campus, as Mindy Belz shared stories from reporting from Africa and the Middle East. Tiffany Owens of World magazine shared her experiences as a young journalist. Students worked on stories in small groups in a classroom on the campus of The King's College. (Left to right) Students Anne Reiner, Abigail Maurer and Kirsten Richardson (Left to right) Students Kira Clark, Chelsea Kolz, and Seth Hagan (Left to right) Students Anne Reiner, Abigail Maurer and Kirsten Richardson Students Samantha Gilman and Sophia Lee World Radio's Nick Eicher taught students how to produce radio news spots based on the day's headlines. Kirsten Richardson, Anne Reiner and Abigail Maurer prepare their radio scripts in the Salem Radio Network studio in the Empire State Building. (Left to right) Students Catherine Rogers, Christina Darnell and J.C. Derrick ran through their radio scripts together prior to recording. Student J.C. Derrick Students Christina Darnell and Catherine Rogers Student Catherine Rogers Student Chelsea Kolz prepares to record in the studios of Salem Radio Network in the Empire State Building. Student Kira Clark gets ready to record in the studios of the Salem Radio Network in the Empire State Building. Student Abigail Maurer practices as she prepares her piece for recording at the Salem Radio Network studio in the Empire State Building. Abigail Maurer Susan Olasky (World magazine) taught about elements of a good story. (Left to right) Students Rebecca Brittingham, Kara Hackett and Alwyn Swanepoel watch the producer in the studios of the Salem Radio Network. Marvin Olasky of World magazine taught reporting and writing. Students Christina Darnell and Catherine Rogers listen to Joseph Slife of World Radio. Marvin Olasky (World magazine) The class gathered for a meal at Foley's in midtown. World Journalism Institute Director Robert Case taught on the intersection of Christianity and journalism. Student Chelsea Kolz records in the studios of the Salem Radio Network. Student Catherine Rogers records her report in the Salem Radio Network studio. Photojournalist Alicia Hansen taught the photojournalism component. (Left to right) WJI students Kara Hackett, Chelsea Kolz, Rebecca Brittingham, Kirsten Richardson, Abigail Maurer and Alwyn Swanepoel ride the subway. Back Row (L to R): Christina Darnell, Kara Bettis, Rebecca Jacobson, Anne Reiner, Sophia Lee, Abigail Maurer, Catherine Rogers, Chelsea Kolz, Kara Hackett, Kira Clark, Seth Hagan, J.C. Derrick, Director Robert Case, Deputy Director Kim Collins. Front ON AIR in the Salem Radio Network Studio Photojournalist Alicia Hansen WJI intern Katherine Devorak records in the studio of the Salem Radio Network. WJI Director Robert Case taught a Christian approach to journalism. Russ Pulliam (left) worked one-on-one with students to improve their writing. Rebecca Brittingham in the studios of the Salem Radio Network. Les Sillars of Patrick Henry College taught news writing and reporting skills.
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