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January Academy

JANUARY ACADEMY 2021 SCHEDULE

Interested in taking any of these classes?

  • Newmark J-School Students: You will receive access to a document that will allow you to RSVP for the classes you want using your J-School Google account.
  • Newmark J-School Alumni: You pay only $19 per course. Send an email to Jennifer Dale at jennifer.dale@journalism.cuny.edu to reserve your spot.
  • Guests: You pay only $39 per course. Send an email to Jennifer Dale at jennifer.dale@journalism.cuny.edu to reserve your spot.
  • Applicants to the Newmark J-School: Send an email to admissions@journalism.cuny.edu to sign up for classes.

2-Day Video Storytelling Workshop, with Bob Sacha

Monday, Jan. 4 and Tuesday, Jan. 5, 9 a.m.-12 p.m.

When you think of how easy it is to watch video on a smart phone or how beautiful video looks on an iPad, it’s no wonder that everyone wants more visual content on their screens. As a multi-platform journalist, it helps your job prospects if you know how to tell a story in more than one medium. This two-day workshop concentrates on video storytelling for the web, focusing on non-narrated stories of compelling characters and short, sharply focused pieces targeted for online viewing. We’ll talk about what type of stories work best for web video, finding strong characters, structuring stories, how to film and conduct an online zoom interview for a non-narrated piece, how to capture compelling visual sequences and finally, how to assemble a short video using Adobe Premiere. The mantra for the class will be “Show, don’t Tell.” This advanced class will be hands on, so you’ll need to be up to speed with Premiere. You can use a dslr and audio recorder or your phone (with 5GB of free space). You’ll also need a tripod or and a clip to attach your phone to some support.  You can see Bob Sacha’s work at www.bobsacha.com

**Open to Newmark J-School students and alumni only


10 Incredibly Useful Little Tools for Journalists, with Jeremy Caplan

Tuesday, Jan. 5, 10-11:30 a.m.

Join in a quick tour of some of today’s most useful tools. Walk away with a short, curated list of apps, sites, and resources you can use right away. See examples of the tools in action while learning what they do, how they’re useful, and why and when to use them. Whether you’re a digital novice or a pro, update your toolkit with new resources and ideas and take home a guide to share with colleagues and friends. We’ll touch on Notion, Coda, Airtable, Canva, Roam, and a few surprising new ones. 


SEO for Journalists and Audience Development Experts, with Claudio E. Cabrera

Tuesday, Jan. 5, 1-3 p.m.

The workshop is dedicated to reporters, journalists, and audience development experts already working in the field of digital media and who want to learn more about basic and intermediate level Search Engine Optimization. This is not a course intended for e-commerce or retail business owners. Claudio Cabrera has led SEO at organizations such as CBS Local and The New York Times and has consulted for major brands across the world, leading them to billions of visitors from SEO. 


5 Reasons to Create Your Own Thing, with Jeremy Caplan

Wednesday, Jan. 6, 10-11:30 a.m.

Learn why and how to start developing your own idea for a new journalism project. Whether you’re curious or already committed, join us in exploring why this is a terrific time to build your own newsletter, podcast, or niche site. Whether you’re mulling a tiny side project or a more ambitious effort to shift your career, you’ll walk away with some inspiring examples of others who developed successful new ventures and a step-by-step path to follow as you contemplate creating your own thing. Read this for more context.


Investigative Reporting Workshop, with Dana Roberson

Wednesday, Jan. 6, 1-3 p.m.


2-Day “Voice Coaching,” Section 1, with Michael Lysak

Tuesday, Jan. 5 and Wednesday, Jan. 6, 3:30-5:30 p.m.

The workshop begins with a live via Zoom discussion on the basics of broadcast announcing using audio samples to demonstrate concepts. Micro-videos are employed as well. Topics covered include diaphragmatic breathing, considering the audience, listener distractions, radio versus TV, reporting versus anchoring, differing styles, pacing, and sounding conversational. Practical exercises are taught and demonstrated. The second day involves a hands-on voice coaching session in the “virtual radio studio.” A professional radio newscast is played and analyzed. Students then read newscast scripts. After receiving immediate feedback and critique, students get the opportunity to try again, implementing the skills they have learned. Michael Lysak is head of Global Radio and TV Syndication at Bloomberg and oversees operations for Bloomberg Radio’s national network. Previously, he has been a news anchor and reporter at WCBS, WOR, WNEW, and WRKS (Kiss-FM), all in New York City.


3-Day Covering the Pandemic Economy, the Election, and NYC, with Greg David

Tuesday Jan. 5, Wednesday, Jan. 6, Thursday, Jan. 7, 5:30-7:30 p.m.

This three-night series will combine the basics of economic coverage with an indepth look at how the pandemic has caused the most severe economic contraction since the Great Depression. Monday will look at the fundamentals, why the economy plunged, how the safety net worked, and how far the economy has rebounded. Tuesday looks at what the election means for the economy, business, and the markets. Wednesday is an indepth look at the situation in NYC, once the epicenter of the pandemic and now the epicenter of economic pain. Greg David is the director of the Business & Economics Reporting Program at the Newmark J-School and a contributor to The City.

*THIS SERIES IS NOT FOR STUDENTS IN THE BUSINESS & ECONOMICS CONCENTRATION AT THE NEWMARK J-SCHOOL.


3-Day News Photography Intensive, with James Estrin

Thursday, Jan. 7, 10 a.m.-12 p.m., 2-5 p.m.

Friday, Jan. 8, 10 a.m.-12 p.m., 2-5 p.m.

Friday, Jan. 15, 10 a.m.-12 p.m., 2-5 p.m.

This three-day workshop led by New York Times staff photographer James Estrin will help you improve your photographic skills for use in all media. We will cover the technical and conceptual aspects of basic camera usage, composition, visual vocabulary, photo editing, lighting, and Photoshop. The workshop will concentrate on practical tools and problem solving. We will learn how to handle portraits, news conferences, politics, intimate photo essays, and international conflicts. We will also learn how to photograph while recording audio, shooting video, or reporting for print.

In addition to the class hours on Zoom, there will be asynchronous learning opportunities, including guest speakers. Whether you are a beginner or intermediate photographer, you will learn the tricks of the trade that professional photojournalists use. There will be an assignment between Days 2 and 3.

**Open to Newmark J-School students and alumni only


On Camera: Like It or Not, Section 1, with Susan Farkas and Fred Kaufman

Thursday, Jan. 7, 9:30-11:30 a.m.

More and more reporters are being asked by their news organizations to speak on camera about the story they’re covering. Get the basics of how to do this without embarrassing yourself. The workshop will include on-camera work with participants, followed by analysis shared with all. Taught by video journalism instructor Susan Farkas and Professor Frederick Kaufman.


2-Day Portrait Photography, with Jennifer Altman 

Thursday, Jan. 7 and Friday, Jan. 8, 10 a.m.-12 p.m.

In Part 1 of this two-session class on Zoom led by photojournalist Jennifer S. Altman, we will cover a brief history of portraiture through various photographic genres and discuss the elements of basic portrait techniques. Students will be introduced to lighting equipment through strobes or flashes and continuous light sources and learn how to use stands, backdrops, reflectors, gels, and essential accessories. We will address location scouting and how different lighting techniques are applied in practice. We will learn tips and tricks of professionals, such as making the subject feel comfortable and solving lighting problems. Participants will photograph a subject on their own and upload images for review. 

Part 2 is devoted to post-production photo editing skills. Participants will identify and retouch up to three selected images with supervision from the instructor. The workshop will conclude with presentation and critique of participant work. 

Students can bring their own cameras or check out gear from the school equipment room. Participants should have prior experience with manual setting on DSLR cameras. Please check out a Canon 6D camera body with Canon lens, preferably 24-70mm F2.8, or bring your own gear. Students must have their own computers already loaded with Adobe Photoshop and a sorting system (such as Adobe Bridge, iPhoto, or Photo Mechanic) to do hands-on editing. This will be a valuable and insightful experience for an amateur to a more advanced level of photographer.

**Open to Newmark J-School students and alumni only


How to Run a Podcast, with Mia Lobel

Friday, Jan. 8, 1-4 p.m. 

You’ve come up with a brilliant podcast idea and now you need to execute. How do you do it? Pushkin Executive Producer Mia Lobel covers how to pull together a brilliant and efficient production team, how to make a budget, and how to create a production plan that doesn’t break that budget or burn out your team. The class will be taught with a combination of lecture/presentation slides and hands-on exercises.


Social Newsgathering, with Rima Abdelkader ’09

Saturday, Jan. 9, 9:30-11:30 a.m.

This course will provide students with an exposure to online resources to verify and confirm breaking news and information. It will explore and investigate misinformation online and identify ways to debunk it through traditional and more modern methods. This course requires students to come prepared with examples to workshop in the class. Rima Abdelkader is part of a diverse team of reporters at NBC News and MSNBC that discover, verify, and report breaking news stories and enterprise pieces globally. As a digital media literacy instructor, Abdelkader teaches team courses at NBC on data verification and the use of social media in human-interest storytelling. 


Remote Photography Techniques, with John Smock

Monday, Jan. 11, 10 a.m.-12 p.m.

The Covid-19 pandemic is forever changing journalism. After the crisis passes, many of the skills developed to help journalists adapt will remain important. Remote photography is one of them. From a simple screen grab to mobile photo using Zoom to more artistic portraiture produced with specialized technology, the ability to produce strong photography remotely is a fast-evolving — and marketable — skill. This hands-on workshop taught by Newmark J-School Photojournalism Director John Smock will introduce participants to a variety of tools and techniques to produce compelling photos from across the city or from around the globe. 


The Business of Freelancing, with Lynn Brown

Monday, Jan. 11, 5-7 p.m.

The only way to make money in the business of writing is to treat it like an actual business, rather than a hobby. Longtime freelancer Lynn Brown offers tips, tricks, and inspiration on various aspects of running a freelance writing business: how to find the best outlets for your work, how to market yourself, negotiating contracts, record-keeping, taxes (and deductions) and more. The class will also talk about what to do to get the most out of every story, from the small piece that (hopefully) goes viral overnight to the book project that will take years to complete. 


Kickstart Your Career: How to Write a Winning Resume, with Michelle Higgins and Yolanda Rodriguez

Tuesday, Jan. 12, 10 -11:30 a.m.

Bring your resume to this hands-on session. Newmark J-School Career Service Director Michelle Higgins and Associate Director Yolanda Rodriguez will work with you to cut out the weak spots, sharpen your structure and organization, and give your resume a successful makeover.  Hear best practices from real hiring managers. Walk away with new digital tools and skills to find job and internship opportunities and ace your interviews. 

This course will show you how to market your skills and knowledge effectively, whether you have little journalism experience or are a career changer with more than a decade of work under your belt. Too often well-qualified candidates are passed over because of poor materials. Don’t let this happen to you! 

**Open to Newmark J-School students and alumni only


2-Day HOW TO WRITE ABOUT FASHION, with Constance White

Tuesday, Jan. 12 and Tuesday, Jan. 19, 10 a.m.-12 p.m.

This two-session course will teach students how to cover a fashion show, including identifying and contacting fashion publicists, writing vividly about the clothes that come down the runway, and developing related stories on models, manufacturers, buyers, and other members of the fashion show ecosystem. We will cover what it’s like to report on fashion during the pandemic and how COVID and the social justice movement are impacting coverage. Each student will write a 400-word fashion report that will be workshopped in the second session. The class will be taught by Constance White, who covered fashion for The New York Times and has served as style director for eBay and editor-in-chief of Essence magazine.


Travel Writing, with Tim Harper

Tuesday, Jan. 12, 1-4 p.m.

We all want to do travel writing, but we don’t know how to get started. This class from longtime freelancer and travel writer Tim Harper, the Newmark J-School’s writing coach, shows you how to turn ideas and experiences into stories, clips and cash — including stories both around the world and across the street. Bring your questions and your story ideas for a class-wide conversation about how to become a travel writer in your spare time.


Archival Footage Research for Documentaries and News Videos, with Dahlia Kozlowsky

Tuesday, Jan. 12, 5-7 p.m.

Discover under the radar sources, research hacks, and other tools to properly acquire and incorporate archival and user-generated content into your work. We will touch on:

– Sources for TV clips, politics soundbites, and headlines

– Cheap, free and public domain sources for clips and photos

– Fair use

– Avoiding dubious sources

– Clearing User Generated Content from Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, etc.

– Google and YouTube search hacks

Dahlia Kozlowsky heads up archival research and clearances for the video desk at The New York Times. Before joining the Times, she worked as an archival video researcher and clearance specialist on numerous award-winning documentaries, television programs, and museum exhibits. In 2017, Dahlia won an Emmy for co-producing a documentary about the history of Alcoholics Anonymous.

Interviewing Techniques, with Susan Farkas

Wednesday, Jan. 13, 10 a.m.-12 p.m.

The interview is the basic building block of all journalism. Compelling sound bites or quotes are the golden nuggets that make stories shine. How do you elicit great answers from your interview subjects? How can you get them to go beyond pat answers to reveal information or emotions they haven’t shared before?  In this two-hour workshop taught by video professor Susan Farkas, you’ll learn interviewing techniques for different types of stories, from entertainment to investigative, and how to do an effective interview on Zoom.


Fun with Animated GIFs, with John Smock

Wednesday, Jan. 13, 1-3 p.m.

This workshop taught by Photojournalism Director John Smock will cover using Adobe Photoshop as a design tool with a special focus on GIF animations. News organizations today are experimenting with media content that combines elements of still photography with graphic design and video to tell stories in new and interesting ways. GIFs are a basic building block of this frontier.


Service Journalism, with Barbara O’Dair

Wednesday, Jan. 13, 5-7 p.m.

While service has been a staple in magazines and newspapers for a long time (think personal finance, health, and technology reviews), it became the perfect editorial form for digital journalism. Useful, economical, and easy to digest, service stories are in great demand by web editors who need a constant flow of content that readers can’t resist. 

In this workshop, we’ll look at examples of effective service journalism, from serious to lighthearted, in the health, tech, business, entertainment, and lifestyle categories, analyzing how to find rich sources for service tips. You will also learn how to extract hacks from features, news stories, and more.

Barbara O’Dair is an editor and writer who has held senior positions at some of the top media outlets in the world, including Prevention, Teen People, Us,  More, Details, Harper’s Bazaar, Reader’s Digest, Rolling Stone, and Entertainment Weekly.


2-Day Smart Videos with Smart Phones, with Jennifer Altman

Thursday, Jan. 14 and Friday, Jan. 15, 10 a.m.-12 p.m.

Smart phones have created a new realm of photographic possibility for both professional and citizen journalists. Images produced with today’s smart phones now have sufficient quality to be published on all media platforms from digital to print. This course, led by photojournalist Jennifer S. Altman, will concentrate on making better videos with your smart phone. We’ll discuss the history of the technology in today’s world of photojournalism and media, composition, exposure, how to capture decisive moments, as well as conceptualizing and developing an approach. We’ll examine the use of some popular apps and the controversial journalistic and ethical issues relating to post-production. The session will include time for students to shoot a video while on assignment. We will learn how to edit the videos within our phones on deadline. The workshop will conclude with presentation and critique of participant work. 

Students must bring their iPhone or similar Android device, power charger, external hard drive, and laptop computer. Cell phone must be uploaded with Snapseed and iMovie and computer should have iMovie software if you have an Android phone. Students will need to check out gear from the school equipment room prior to class unless they have their own. Gear needed: small mobile tripods with holder for phone and a wireless lavalier with connector for the cell phone. Students must also have headphones. Recommended accessory to bring is an external power charger for phone. Please clear 10 GB of space on your phone prior to class so you can shoot video footage. This will be a valuable and insightful experience for an amateur to a more advanced level of photographer.


News Photography Workshop for Applicants and CUNY Undergrads, with John Smock

Thursday, Jan. 14,  10 a.m.-12 p.m.

This workshop led by veteran photojournalist John Smock will help you improve your photographic skills for use in all media. We will cover the technical and conceptual aspects of basic camera usage, composition, visual vocabulary, photo editing, lighting, and Photoshop. You will learn how to handle portraits, news conferences, politics, intimate photo essays, and international conflicts. You will also learn how to photograph while recording audio, shooting video, or reporting for print. Whether you are a beginner or intermediate photographer, you will learn the tricks of the trade that professional photojournalists use.

NOTE: NEWMARK J-SCHOOL STUDENTS SHOULD NOT REGISTER FOR THIS CLASS.


Ghost Writing, with Tim Harper

Thursday, Jan. 14, 1-3 p.m.

One of the things we can learn — and get paid for — is writing other people’s stories. We can do this as collaborators, in “with” or “as told to” projects, or as ghost writers who may or may not see their names anywhere except on the checks they cash. This informal, lively discussion will cover how to find and manage such projects, along with editing or doctoring books and other content for individuals and institutions. This workshop will scratch the surface to help decide whether this type of work might appeal to you. It will be led by Newmark writing coach Tim Harper, who has a lot of good ghost stories — and a few scary ones.


Brush Up On Your C100 Skills, with Emmanuel Alexandre 

Thursday, Jan. 14, 5-7:30 p.m.

Brush up on your C100 skills or learn some new tricks to complement your storytelling knowhow. You will learn all the basics on how to set up the camera as well as advanced features such as color profiles, push auto focus, shooting in different settings, and more. Emmanuel “Mano” Alexandre is on the Newmark J-School’s broadcast team.

**Open to Newmark J-School students and alumni only


Advanced Photoshop, with John Smock

Friday, Jan. 15, 10 a.m.-12 p.m.

Photoshop is much more than just a tool for editing photographs. It is also a powerful design platform. This workshop taught by the J-School’s photojournalism director, will show you how to created compelling graphics that combine text, multiple images, and other design elements to be used in multimedia stories and your portfolio site. The workshops assumes an introductory knowledge of Photoshop.


Breaking into Broadcasting, with Walter Smith-Randolph ’10

Friday, Jan. 15, 12-2 p.m.

In this workshop, you’ll learn what you need to do to break into the world of broadcasting. We’ll go over making a resume tape, how to initiate the job search, and the tips and tricks to make it in the broadcast world. You’ll also hear from on-air reporters and producers at the local and network levels to learn more about their journeys and what they’ve learned along the way.

Walter Smith-Randolph ’10 is a reporter, special projects contributor, and fill-In anchor at WKRC Local 12 News, the CBS affiliate for Cincinnati, OH. He has worked his way up the broadcast chain with stops at WENY in Elmira, NY; Flint, MI, and Kalamazoo/Grand Rapids, MI. Walter also serves as treasurer of the National Association of Black Journalists and has taught journalism at Western Michigan University & Northern Kentucky University. He is chair of the Newmark J-School Alumni Board.


Power, Politics, & Money, with Tom Robbins

Tuesday, Jan. 19, 10 a.m.-12 p.m.

This seminar explains how to use public databases to analyze the impact of campaign donors and lobbyists on local elected officials. Using current issues and news events as examples, the class is an exercise in tracing connections between those who make policies and those who seek to influence them. Tom Robbins has been the Newmark J-School’s investigative journalist in residence since 2011. He writes often on criminal justice issues for The Marshall Project and The New York Times, and has been a columnist and staff writer at the Village Voice, the New York Daily News, and The New York Observer.


Reporting on Race, with Lisa Armstrong

Tuesday, Jan. 19, 1-3 p.m.

Race is an element in most stories, whether you’re covering #blacklivesmatter protests, presidential elections or community board meetings. How do you report responsibly on race and racial disparities? How do you avoid reinforcing stereotypes and repeating overly simplistic narratives? Do you need to be from a community in order to report on that community? Discuss these and other questions with reporters who have covered race and ethnicity for local and national outlets, and learn tips that you can incorporate into your own reporting. Lisa Armstrong is an associate professor at the Newmark J-School.

On Camera: Like It or Not, Section 2, with Susan Farkas and Fred Kaufman

Tuesday, Jan. 19, 1:30-3:30 p.m.

More and more reporters are being asked by their news organizations to speak on camera about the story they’re covering. Get the basics of how to do this without embarrassing yourself. The workshop will include on-camera work with participants, followed by analysis shared with all. Taught by video journalism instructor Susan Farkas and Professor Frederick Kaufman.


2-Day “Voice Coaching,” Section 2, with Michael Lysak

Tuesday, Jan. 19 and Wednesday, Jan. 20, 3:30-5:30 p.m.

The workshop begins with a live via Zoom discussion on the basics of broadcast announcing using audio samples to demonstrate concepts. Micro-videos are employed as well. Topics covered include diaphragmatic breathing, considering the audience, listener distractions, radio versus TV, reporting versus anchoring, differing styles, pacing, and sounding conversational. Practical exercises are taught and demonstrated. The second day involves a hands-on voice coaching session in the “virtual radio studio.” A professional radio newscast is played and analyzed. Students then read newscast scripts. After receiving immediate feedback and critique, students get the opportunity to try again, implementing the skills they have learned. Michael Lysak is head of Global Radio and TV Syndication at Bloomberg and oversees operations for Bloomberg Radio’s national network. Previously, he has been a news anchor and reporter at WCBS, WOR, WNEW, and WRKS (Kiss-FM), all in New York City.


Freelancing Workshop, with Fred Kaufman and Ellen Walterscheid

Wednesday, Jan. 20, 10 a.m.-1 p.m.

We’ll cover such topics as generating ideas, understanding the market, getting to the right editor, pitching the story, revising the pitch, understanding the contract, negotiating a good price, and working with editors. 

Prof. Frederick Kaufman is a faculty member at the Newmark J-School and CUNY’s College of Staten Island and a veteran freelancer who has published work in Harper’s, The New York Times Magazine, Foreign Policy, Gourmet, Saveur, GQ, New York, Interview, Allure, Spin, Spy, Salon, Slate, Vice, Men’s Health, Scientific American, Popular Science, Nature, The New Yorker, and Wired, among many others.

Ellen Walterscheid, the Newmark J-School’s founding career services director, has written for or edited publications including The Sciences, AARP The Magazine, and National Geographic World. She has also taught feature writing at New York University and served as writing coach for the Newmark J-School’s international students. 

Guests will include a legal expert, who will discuss such issues as copyright and how to read a freelance contract, and a top magazine editor, who will critique student pitches offline. 

Note: Once you sign up for the workshop, you’ll receive an email with further instructions. Focus is on the magazine/web market.


Launching Your Own Paid Newsletter, with Kabir Chibber 

Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2-4 p.m.

In this workshop, we’ll go through some of the pros and cons of becoming your own publisher. We’ll look at some best practices and examine the business models of some of the most successful subscriber-focused newsletters. Kabir Chibber has written for Quartz, the BBC, The New Yorker, and Harper’s. He was a Tow-Knight Entrepreneurial Journalism Fellow at the Newmark J-School in 2014 and was a Nieman visiting fellow at Harvard.


FOIA Tips & Tricks, with Seth Wessler

Thursday, Jan. 21, 9-11 a.m.

The world is full of information. As journalists, we have a right to access a lot of it. This workshop is focused on how to use the Freedom of Information Act and state public records laws. We’ll learn about the kinds of information that open record laws can access, how to craft FOIA requests to get the information we need, and we’ll examine reporting that has successfully used these laws to break big stories. The world is full of information. As journalists, we have a right to access a lot of it. This workshop is focused on how to use the Freedom of Information Act and state public records laws. We’ll learn about the kinds of information that open record laws can access, how to craft FOIA requests to get the information we need, and we’ll examine reporting that has successfully used these laws to break big stories.

Seth Freed Wessler is an award-winning investigative journalist, a reporting fellow at Type Media Center and the co-founder of The Gumshoe Group, a FOIA initiative for freelance journalists. He reports on immigration, criminal justice and human rights for The New York Times, Reveal, Mother Jones, and other outlets.


Audio Workshop 01: Back to Basics, with Chad Bernhard

Thursday, Jan. 21, 10 a.m.-12 p.m.

This class is ideal for students continuing on with radio classes who feel behind on basic audio mixing skills: problems with recording, basic ProTools use, organization. Students should come with plenty of questions. Chad Bernhard is senior audio engineer at the Newmark J-School. 

**Open to Newmark J-School students and alumni only


How to Brand Yourself on Social Media, with Austen Tosone

Thursday, Jan. 21, 2-4 p.m.

As a writer, you know you should be on social media. But what should you be posting? How can you share your work without coming across as “braggy”? What opportunities can you create for yourself by posting on your social media accounts?

In this workshop, we’ll go over all of that and more. We’ll also discuss creating original products and services to generate passive income, why showing up on social media is good for your long-term success, and easy ways to create content and a posting schedule to stay consistent.

Austen Tosone is a freelance writer and content creator based in NYC. She currently serves as the beauty content director at the app Jumprope, and her byline has appeared in HuffPost, Refinery29, Fashionista, Teen Vogue, and more. She has a social media following of 40,000 across her various platforms and believes creating content on social media can unlock many other doors for writers. 


Audio Workshop 02: Advanced Mixing, with Chad Bernhard

Friday, Jan. 22, 10 a.m.-12 p.m.

This class will cover two of the most important audio processing tools available to you in ProTools: compression and equalization. Students should feel very comfortable with ProTools and want to push their skill set forward. Basics will not be covered; students requiring that should sign up for Audio Workshop 01: Back to the Basics. Chad Bernhard is senior audio engineer at the Newmark J-School. 

**Open to Newmark J-School students and alumni only


Remoter Reporter Series – Marie Gilot  (Online, asynchronous)


To Be Scheduled

*Archival footage for documentary films