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CUNY J-Camp: An Introduction to Final Cut Pro X
CUNY Graduate School of Journalism
219 W. 40th St.
“An Introduction to Final Cut Pro X”
Instructor: Jeremy Caplan
Limit 20 students.
It’s here, it’s new: The newest version of the video editing software Final Cut Pro. Come to CUNY to learn about it from Jeremy Caplan, our video-editing guru.
In addition to directing the education program at the Tow-Knight Center, Jeremy Caplan teaches interactive and entrepreneurial journalism at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism. He is also a Ford Fellow in Entrepreneurial Journalism at the Poynter Institute. As a contributor for Time magazine, Caplan covers subjects ranging from business innovation to consumer technology, and also writes for The Wall Street Journal’s tech blog, Digits. He was previously a Wiegers Fellow at Columbia Business School, where he completed his MBA, and a Knight-Bagehot Fellow at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, where he earned an M.S. in Journalism. Along with a degree from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University, Caplan holds a certificate in violin performance. Before joining Time, Caplan worked for The Paris Review, Yahoo! Internet Life magazine, and Newsweek. He lectures widely on digital media, social networks, and entrepreneurial journalism, and provides pro-bono journalism training and advising services to nonprofits and charitable organizations.