Western Kentucky University

Summer Workshops

2014 Summer Workshops

Sponsored by the School of Journalism & Broadcasting

 

Xposure Journalism Workshop

June 14th - 22nd

For 31 years, high school students from throughout Kentucky and the region have

come to learn and do journalism at Western Kentucky University's Journalism Workshop. 

These students have shown an interest in journalism and came to the workshops with

backgrounds under-represented in U.S. newsrooms. Some lacked the financial resources

to attend journalism workshops. The 2014 Xposure High School Journalism Workshop

 hosted by the School of Journalism & Broadcasting at WKU will continue that tradition.

The alumni of these workshops fill newsrooms throughout the country, helping to ensure

that the news gatherers at media outlets mirror the diverse communities they serve. 

For more information contact:

Chuck Clark at chuck.clark@wku.edu 

Registration Deadline: Friday, April 25, 2014

Use the navigation link to Xposure for more information and application.


High School Summer Media Workshops 

June 15th - 19th

From on-line to on-air and so much more.

The 12th annual High School Media workshops offer four days of training in either a

photojournalism track, broadcasting workshop, or a film workshop, covering every facet of the independent

cinema process. Designed to challenge and motivate students this annual workshop

is sponsored by the Kentucky High School Media Institute and the School of Journalism & Broadcasting.

For more information contact the School of Journalism & Broadcasting at 270-745-4144

Email our workshop coordinator Charlotte Turtle at charlotte.turtle@wku.edu

Application

Registration Fee: $300 per student

Registration Deadline: Monday, April 14, 2014

Brochure and application visit:   http://www.wku.edu/khsmp/

 

Faculty Summer Workshop Grants

Dow Jones News Fund and the WKU School of Journalism & Broadcasting

Digital Journalism Faculty Workshop

July 13-20, 2014             Application Deadline:  May 31, 2014

Faculty from historically Black Colleges and Universities are invited to apply for a week-long digital

journalism workshop, July 13-20, 2014.

Faculty will work in teams of three to produce digital news stories and will discuss "best"

digital teaching ideas from their colleges and universities.

The 2014 application deadline is May 31, 2014. For workshop information and applications,

please contact:

Pam McAllister Johnson, Ph.D.
pam.johnson@wku.edu
Professor School of Journalism & Broadcasting
Digital Workshops, Director
Dow Jones News Fund
124 Mass Media and Technology Hall
Western Kentucky University
Bowling Green, KY 42101

 

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