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Where: The NewsGuild of New York | 1500 Broadway, Suit 900 | New York, NY

Details:

Recognizing that video skills are more important than ever in today’s media jobs, the Guild is offering free training (a $1250 value) in July in Final Cut Pro X.

This session is three full days over a weekend. Space is available for a total of 16 students. All equipment is provided. Please note that you are registering for the first session, July 20-22, 2018, and are committing yourself to ALL THREE DAYS.

Each day begins at 9 a.m. and ends at 5 p.m.

Training will take place at New York Guild headquarters at 1500 Broadway in Times Square. Guild members who sign up will be asked for a deposit of $100, which will be fully refunded upon completion of the course. The deposit is an incentive to ensure that everyone who registers for the course attends.

Every student will get hands-on experience learning how to shoot and edit video utilizing Final Cut Pro X under the direction of acclaimed instructor Jim Talluto. A retired CBS video editor, Jim has earned high praise over many years of teaching video editing as the technology has evolved. “

From the instructor: 

The final Cut Pro class being offered by the News Guild of New York, and in conjunction with  the CWA/NETT Academy, is a three-day, 21 hour course designed for industry professionals who need to retool to be competitive in today's labor market.

This is a hands-on course that teaches the tools and techniques that make FCP 10.4 one of the best editing tools used in our industry. Since each day builds upon the next, It is imperative that there be no lapse in attendance.

Each participant will train with the newest equipment and up-to-date software to learn basic editing functions while becoming familiar with the user interface, media management, importing, and advanced features such as effects, titles, and color correction.

To understand how FCP works, we will work through 6-7 video projects where media is provided, but at the end of the course each person will participate as part of a team to produce a video project, shot in the field, and edited in the classroom. All video and sound equipment is provided.

RSVP HERE

This class is open to NewsGuild of New York members only.

When:

Where: The NewsGuild of New York | 1500 Broadway, Suit 900 | New York, NY

Details:

Recognizing that video skills are more important than ever in today’s media jobs, the Guild is offering free training (a $1250 value) in July in Final Cut Pro X.

This session is three full days over a weekend. Space is available for a total of 16 students. All equipment is provided. Please note that you are registering for the first session, July 20-22, 2018, and are committing yourself to ALL THREE DAYS.

Each day begins at 9 a.m. and ends at 5 p.m.

Training will take place at New York Guild headquarters at 1500 Broadway in Times Square. Guild members who sign up will be asked for a deposit of $100, which will be fully refunded upon completion of the course. The deposit is an incentive to ensure that everyone who registers for the course attends.

Every student will get hands-on experience learning how to shoot and edit video utilizing Final Cut Pro X under the direction of acclaimed instructor Jim Talluto. A retired CBS video editor, Jim has earned high praise over many years of teaching video editing as the technology has evolved. “

From the instructor: 

The final Cut Pro class being offered by the News Guild of New York, and in conjunction with  the CWA/NETT Academy, is a three-day, 21 hour course designed for industry professionals who need to retool to be competitive in today's labor market.

This is a hands-on course that teaches the tools and techniques that make FCP 10.4 one of the best editing tools used in our industry. Since each day builds upon the next, It is imperative that there be no lapse in attendance.

Each participant will train with the newest equipment and up-to-date software to learn basic editing functions while becoming familiar with the user interface, media management, importing, and advanced features such as effects, titles, and color correction.

To understand how FCP works, we will work through 6-7 video projects where media is provided, but at the end of the course each person will participate as part of a team to produce a video project, shot in the field, and edited in the classroom. All video and sound equipment is provided.

RSVP HERE

This class is open to NewsGuild of New York members only.

When:

Where: The NewsGuild of New York | 1500 Broadway, Suit 900 | New York, NY

Details:

Recognizing that video skills are more important than ever in today’s media jobs, the Guild is offering free training (a $1250 value) in July in Final Cut Pro X.

This session is three full days over a weekend. Space is available for a total of 16 students. All equipment is provided. Please note that you are registering for the first session, July 20-22, 2018, and are committing yourself to ALL THREE DAYS.

Each day begins at 9 a.m. and ends at 5 p.m.

Training will take place at New York Guild headquarters at 1500 Broadway in Times Square. Guild members who sign up will be asked for a deposit of $100, which will be fully refunded upon completion of the course. The deposit is an incentive to ensure that everyone who registers for the course attends.

Every student will get hands-on experience learning how to shoot and edit video utilizing Final Cut Pro X under the direction of acclaimed instructor Jim Talluto. A retired CBS video editor, Jim has earned high praise over many years of teaching video editing as the technology has evolved. “

From the instructor: 

The final Cut Pro class being offered by the News Guild of New York, and in conjunction with  the CWA/NETT Academy, is a three-day, 21 hour course designed for industry professionals who need to retool to be competitive in today's labor market.

This is a hands-on course that teaches the tools and techniques that make FCP 10.4 one of the best editing tools used in our industry. Since each day builds upon the next, It is imperative that there be no lapse in attendance.

Each participant will train with the newest equipment and up-to-date software to learn basic editing functions while becoming familiar with the user interface, media management, importing, and advanced features such as effects, titles, and color correction.

To understand how FCP works, we will work through 6-7 video projects where media is provided, but at the end of the course each person will participate as part of a team to produce a video project, shot in the field, and edited in the classroom. All video and sound equipment is provided.

RSVP HERE

This class is open to NewsGuild of New York members only.

When:

Where: The NewsGuild of New York | 1500 Broadway, Suit 900 | New York, NY

Details:

Learn how to record high quality audio!

Headstepper Media’s Pedro Rosado leads a one-hour primer for media professionals on how to get great sound with your phone. He'll cover tips and techniques particularly useful to journalists for news coverage. This workshop is part of our “Get the Most out of your Phone” smartphone photo, video and audio series for media professionals. 

RSVP HERE

This class is open to NewsGuild of New York members only. 

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Pedro Rafael Rosado is the co-founder of HeadStepper Media, a digital production company that specializes in the creation of award-winning audio and video content for Web and mobile platforms with a focus on providing services for small news outlets and minority owned businesses. Most recently, Pedro was an audio producer at The New York Times tasked with making the long-running podcasts "Book Review" and "Popcast"and was also part of the team that produces the mega-hit "The Daily".

Prior to working for The Times, Pedro was a music producer and recording engineer for various organizations including Tommy Boy Records, Sesame Workshop and his own White Heron Records. Previously at the "Gray Lady" Pedro was the Operations Manager for NYT Video, Technical Director for NYT Video, Editor and Senior Producer for New York Times Radio, and a News Technology Editor.

When:

Where: The NewsGuild of New York | 1500 Broadway, Suit 900 | New York, NY

Details:

Recognizing that video skills are more important than ever in today’s media jobs, the Guild is offering free training (a $1250 value) in July in Final Cut Pro X.

This session is three full days over a weekend. Space is available for a total of 16 students. All equipment is provided. Please note that you are registering for the first session, July 20-22, 2018, and are committing yourself to ALL THREE DAYS.

Each day begins at 9 a.m. and ends at 5 p.m.

Training will take place at New York Guild headquarters at 1500 Broadway in Times Square. Guild members who sign up will be asked for a deposit of $100, which will be fully refunded upon completion of the course. The deposit is an incentive to ensure that everyone who registers for the course attends.

Every student will get hands-on experience learning how to shoot and edit video utilizing Final Cut Pro X under the direction of acclaimed instructor Jim Talluto. A retired CBS video editor, Jim has earned high praise over many years of teaching video editing as the technology has evolved. 

From the instructor: 

The final Cut Pro class being offered by the News Guild of New York, and in conjunction with  the CWA/NETT Academy, is a three-day, 21 hour course designed for industry professionals who need to retool to be competitive in today's labor market.

This is a hands-on course that teaches the tools and techniques that make FCP 10.4 one of the best editing tools used in our industry. Since each day builds upon the next, It is imperative that there be no lapse in attendance.

Each participant will train with the newest equipment and up-to-date software to learn basic editing functions while becoming familiar with the user interface, media management, importing, and advanced features such as effects, titles, and color correction.

To understand how FCP works, we will work through 6-7 video projects where media is provided, but at the end of the course each person will participate as part of a team to produce a video project, shot in the field, and edited in the classroom. All video and sound equipment is provided.

RSVP HERE

This class is open to NewsGuild of New York members only.

When:

Where: The NewsGuild of New York | 1500 Broadway, Suit 900 | New York, NY

Details:

Recognizing that video skills are more important than ever in today’s media jobs, the Guild is offering free training (a $1250 value) in July in Final Cut Pro X.

This session is three full days over a weekend. Space is available for a total of 16 students. All equipment is provided. Please note that you are registering for the first session, July 20-22, 2018, and are committing yourself to ALL THREE DAYS.

Each day begins at 9 a.m. and ends at 5 p.m.

Training will take place at New York Guild headquarters at 1500 Broadway in Times Square. Guild members who sign up will be asked for a deposit of $100, which will be fully refunded upon completion of the course. The deposit is an incentive to ensure that everyone who registers for the course attends.

Every student will get hands-on experience learning how to shoot and edit video utilizing Final Cut Pro X under the direction of acclaimed instructor Jim Talluto. A retired CBS video editor, Jim has earned high praise over many years of teaching video editing as the technology has evolved. 

From the instructor: 

The final Cut Pro class being offered by the News Guild of New York, and in conjunction with  the CWA/NETT Academy, is a three-day, 21 hour course designed for industry professionals who need to retool to be competitive in today's labor market.

This is a hands-on course that teaches the tools and techniques that make FCP 10.4 one of the best editing tools used in our industry. Since each day builds upon the next, It is imperative that there be no lapse in attendance.

Each participant will train with the newest equipment and up-to-date software to learn basic editing functions while becoming familiar with the user interface, media management, importing, and advanced features such as effects, titles, and color correction.

To understand how FCP works, we will work through 6-7 video projects where media is provided, but at the end of the course each person will participate as part of a team to produce a video project, shot in the field, and edited in the classroom. All video and sound equipment is provided.

RSVP HERE

This class is open to NewsGuild of New York members only.

When:

Where: The NewsGuild of New York | 1500 Broadway, Suit 900 | New York, NY

Details:

Recognizing that video skills are more important than ever in today’s media jobs, the Guild is offering free training (a $1250 value) in July in Final Cut Pro X.

This session is three full days over a weekend. Space is available for a total of 16 students. All equipment is provided. Please note that you are registering for the first session, July 20-22, 2018, and are committing yourself to ALL THREE DAYS.

Each day begins at 9 a.m. and ends at 5 p.m.

Training will take place at New York Guild headquarters at 1500 Broadway in Times Square. Guild members who sign up will be asked for a deposit of $100, which will be fully refunded upon completion of the course. The deposit is an incentive to ensure that everyone who registers for the course attends.

Every student will get hands-on experience learning how to shoot and edit video utilizing Final Cut Pro X under the direction of acclaimed instructor Jim Talluto. A retired CBS video editor, Jim has earned high praise over many years of teaching video editing as the technology has evolved. 

From the instructor: 

The final Cut Pro class being offered by the News Guild of New York, and in conjunction with  the CWA/NETT Academy, is a three-day, 21 hour course designed for industry professionals who need to retool to be competitive in today's labor market.

This is a hands-on course that teaches the tools and techniques that make FCP 10.4 one of the best editing tools used in our industry. Since each day builds upon the next, It is imperative that there be no lapse in attendance.

Each participant will train with the newest equipment and up-to-date software to learn basic editing functions while becoming familiar with the user interface, media management, importing, and advanced features such as effects, titles, and color correction.

To understand how FCP works, we will work through 6-7 video projects where media is provided, but at the end of the course each person will participate as part of a team to produce a video project, shot in the field, and edited in the classroom. All video and sound equipment is provided.

RSVP HERE

This class is open to NewsGuild of New York members only.

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Where:

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Come march with the Guild on Saturday, Sept. 8, 2018, in the 2018 New York City Labor Day Parade. This is the year to demonstrate to our employers that we're proud union members and we stand together. Wear your Guild swag. Don't have any? We'll have buttons and shirts for you. And feel free to bring your family and friends!

More information to come! Please note that times listed on this RSVP form are tentative and subject to change.

RSVP HERE

This event is open to members of The NewsGuild of New York, IAPE, and The News Media Guild and their guests.

When:

Where: The NewsGuild of New York | 1500 Broadway, Suit 900 | New York, NY

Details:

Registration for these this session will open on September 3, 2018, at 11 a.m.  

Recognizing that video skills are more important than ever in today’s media jobs, the Guild is offering free training in Premiere Pro. 

Each session is three full days over a weekend. Space is available for a total of 16 students. All equipment is provided. Please note that if you register for a session, you are committing yourself to ALL THREE DAYS. Each day begins at 9 a.m. and ends at 5 p.m.

Training will take place at New York Guild headquarters at 1500 Broadway in Times Square. Guild members who sign up will be asked for a deposit of $100, which will be fully refunded upon completion of the course. The deposit is an incentive to ensure that everyone who registers for the course attends.

Every student will get hands-on experience learning how to shoot and edit video utilizing Premiere Pro under the direction of acclaimed instructor Jim Talluto. A retired CBS video editor, Jim has earned high praise over many years of teaching video editing as the technology has evolved. “Everyone loved it” and felt confident in their skills at the end of the week, said a Portland, Maine Guild member who took the course. A colleague said that in addition to learning how to “edit video with many different techniques, the class was just so much fun.”

When:

Where: The NewsGuild of New York | 1500 Broadway, Suit 900 | New York, NY

Details:

Registration for these this session will open on September 3, 2018, at 11 a.m.  

Recognizing that video skills are more important than ever in today’s media jobs, the Guild is offering free training in Premiere Pro. 

Each session is three full days over a weekend. Space is available for a total of 16 students. All equipment is provided. Please note that if you register for a session, you are committing yourself to ALL THREE DAYS. Each day begins at 9 a.m. and ends at 5 p.m.

Training will take place at New York Guild headquarters at 1500 Broadway in Times Square. Guild members who sign up will be asked for a deposit of $100, which will be fully refunded upon completion of the course. The deposit is an incentive to ensure that everyone who registers for the course attends.

Every student will get hands-on experience learning how to shoot and edit video utilizing Premiere Pro under the direction of acclaimed instructor Jim Talluto. A retired CBS video editor, Jim has earned high praise over many years of teaching video editing as the technology has evolved. “Everyone loved it” and felt confident in their skills at the end of the week, said a Portland, Maine Guild member who took the course. A colleague said that in addition to learning how to “edit video with many different techniques, the class was just so much fun.”