From the Bhimbetka cave paintings to graphic novels, we have expressed ourselves visually through narrative. Storyboarding your ideas – be it for products, web page design, or actual stories – is an essential and natural tool of communication.
This is in essence my journalistic philosophy, what I learned from my masters at the UNR Reynolds School of Journalism, and a large part of my thesis. Please enjoy and tell me what you think!
Offer that program, or one like it, to concerned parents who feel overwhelmed by the media deluge themselves, to help turn them into better media consumers and to give them ways to help their children. via mediactive.com Dan Gillmor over at Mediactive wrote this post about how schools should change their journalism curriculum. Below is [...]
Because we all know a few asshole editors. Seriously, I find that many newsrooms foster an unhealthy competitive environment where journalists would rather slit each others' throats than collaborate on a story. A former Mizzou student in journalism told me tales of sabotage. This in the esteemed Reynolds School of Journalism. It's really time to [...]