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    Saturday, September 10th

    Backgrounding Politicians: Dig into Election Season

    Go beyond campaign finance and learn how to check the background of a political candidate.

    Tuesday, September 13th

    CUNY J+: Free Tools for Interactive Visualizations

    This single-evening workshop will introduce you to the latest plug-and-play web tools to allow you to easily produce multimedia timelines, storytelling maps and photo and video slideshows.

    Location: CUNY Graduate School of Journalism

    Tuesday, September 20th

    Entrepreneurial Journalism Demo Night

    We'll feature a bunch of emerging entrepreneurial media ventures and innovators, including Bold, Cheddar, FairPay, Technical.ly Brooklyn, and more.

    Location: CUNY Graduate School of Journalism

    Students Report on Group Trip to Israel and the West Bank

    The 18 students produced written, visual and audio pieces based on meetings with a wide variety of Israelis and Palestinians in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv and settlements and kibbutzim from the Negev Desert to the Lebanese border.

    Location: Room 308

    Tuesday, September 27th

    Innovation in Europe’s Newsrooms

    Journalists from Bild, De Correspondent, Financial Times, The Guardian and Quartz discuss innovation in Europe's newsrooms.

    Location: CUNY Graduate School of Jouralism — 219 West 40th St — New York, New York 10018

    Wednesday, September 28th

    CUNY J+: Video for Social Media

    This two-hour evening workshop taught by videojournalist Kayle Hope will go over ways to enhance your social media output with better videos.

    Location: CUNY Graduate School of Journalism

    Thursday, September 29th

    Botland: Election Bots, Data Journalism and Automated News

    Prof. Miguel Paz will host two presentations about the use of bots for election coverage, data journalism and automated news. Register at cunyjtalks.eventbrite.com

    Location: Room 430