ASB will be attending the JEA/NSPA convention in Washington D.C. November 6-9, and we hope to see many of you there. This is the second straight year ASB has participated in the fall convention for scholastic journalists.
On Thursday the 7th we will run a day-long boot camp for advanced broadcast students, then present three breakout sessions on Saturday, November 8.
Here are those session descriptions (all three take place in Washington 6, Exhibition Level)
9 a.m. Session: "Advanced video shooting and editing"
Description: Learn some great techniques to take your videography to the next level, then get tips on how to make that footage have the most impact in the editing process.
10 a.m. Session: "Advanced storytelling in broadcasting"
Description: A number of tried-and-true techniques used by professionals every day can help high school broadcast journalists create stories with stronger impact. This session will feature student-produced examples, and break down the methods used to gather and produce great journalism.
11 a.m. Session: "Documentaries: long-form broadcast journalism stories"
Description: The documentary format is one of high school broadcasting's most challenging. Are you ready to try it? Come to this session to see examples and to discuss topics you might be ready to cover. This session is part information and part inspiration.