2012 ASB Teacher Workshop

Sixteen broadcast journalism teachers from around the country converged on the campus of Drury University for the twelfth annual ASB Workshop. They spent the week learning how to tell stories using audio and video. We had such a great group this time. Thanks to all the teachers who made this week great.

 

Starting the week off with Hong Kong Inn, a Springfield, Missouri favorite. Fact: No one has ever lost weight at our workshops.

Starting the week off with Hong Kong Inn, a Springfield, Missouri favorite. Fact: No one has ever lost weight at our workshops.


Gary and Buddy put on their games faces for the first hands-on assignment of the week.

Gary and Buddy put on their games faces for the first hands-on assignment of the week.


KY3's Ashley Reynolds shares from her experience in the field shooting and reporting for Springfield's local NBC affiliate. Fun fact: Powerpoint is not allowed at our workshop.

KY3's Ashley Reynolds shares from her experience in the field shooting and reporting for Springfield's local NBC affiliate. Fun fact: Powerpoint is not allowed at our workshop.


Brandy and Janna trying to keep it together while recording their anchor spots. Somehow we always end up with a decent blooper reel.

Brandy and Janna trying to keep it together while recording their anchor spots. Somehow we always end up with a decent blooper reel.


Greg and Nick head out for the big shoot.

Greg and Nick head out for the big shoot.


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Brandon Goodwin

Based in Springfield, Missouri, his video production work has taken him to four continents, a dozen countries and well over half the United States. Brandon has a decade's experience collaborating on projects of all shapes and sizes with a variety of clients, including record labels, non-profits, and advertising agencies. Recently Brandon worked as DP & Editor for the documentary, "Linotype: The Film". He has been on the ASB staff for seven years, and provides training in shooting, editing, writing, and interviewing. He is also the voice of the "Video Coach" series of training discs. He lives in Springfield with his wife Morgan and dog, Peter.