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Where: Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY | 230 West 41st Street | New York, NY 10036

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Welcome to the next generation of data journalism: Recognize cases when machine learning can help in investigations, use existing and custom-made tools to tackle real-world reporting issues, and avoid bias and error in your work! This bootcamp is taught by John Keefe, technical architect for bots and machine learning at Quartz. 

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

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So you wanna make a podcast? Record one with the Guild! 

Learn how in our Audio 201 Intensive, a two-week long workshop led by Headstepper Media's Pedro Rosado. Over the course of four sessions, you will learn how to script, host, record, and edit a podcast and then tie it all together by producing a podcast with your classmates.

PART 1: Development: Learn the basics of scripting and story during this two-hour session.

Please note that this class is open to NewsGuild of New York members in good standing only, and that participants must commit to attending all four sessions.

RSVP Here!

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

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So you wanna make a podcast? Record one with the Guild! 

Learn how in our Audio 201 Intensive, a two-week long workshop led by Headstepper Media's Pedro Rosado. Over the course of four sessions, you will learn how to script, host, record, and edit a podcast and then tie it all together by producing a podcast with your classmates.

PART 2: Production: Learn how to record great sound and get tips on hosting during this two-hour session.

Please note that this class is open to NewsGuild of New York members in good standing only, and that participants must commit to attending all four sessions.

RSVP HERE.

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

Details:

So you wanna make a podcast? Record one with the Guild!

Learn how in our Audio 201 Intensive, a two-week long workshop led by Headstepper Media's Pedro Rosado. Over the course of four sessions, you will learn how to script, host, record, and edit a podcast and then tie it all together by producing a podcast with your classmates.

PART 3: Post-Production: During this three-hour session, you'll learn the basics of editing and mixing using the free multitrack editor Audacity. Please note the longer duration of this session.

Please note that this class is open to NewsGuild of New York members in good standing only, and that participants must commit to attending all four sessions.

RSVP HERE.

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

Details:

So you wanna make a podcast? Record one with the Guild!

Learn how in our Audio 201 Intensive, a two-week long workshop led by Headstepper Media's Pedro Rosado. Over the course of four sessions, you will learn how to script, host, record, and edit a podcast and then tie it all together by producing a podcast with your classmates.

During the final two-hour session, you'll tie everything you've learned over the past two weeks together by reviewing the class' podcast episodes and discussing distribution through iTunes.

Please note that this class is open to NewsGuild of New York members in good standing only, and that participants must commit to attending all four sessions.

RSVP HERE.

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

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For many, public speaking is the worst. Stage fright, sweaty palms, and a sudden pension to say many more nervous “um’s” and “uh’s.” There’s an inherent fear in speaking publicly. But, many don’t realize that if they can overcome their fear of public speaking, then they’re welcoming a lot more opportunity—professionally and personally. Public speaking is an invaluable skill that leads to career advancement and empowerment—whether engaging in one-on-one sessions with a source, peer or manager or giving a presentation to many colleagues.
 
In this advanced workshop, participants will master the most elusive public speaking skills, including speaking extemporaneously; writing and structuring an effective speech; and using body language and room management. Over the course of the two sessions (one on November 5 and one on the 12th), participants will tackle several speaking styles, from ceremonial and persuasive to informational and demonstrative. Through example, practice, and more practice, students will leave the course more prepared, comfortable, and ready to speak publicly.
 
This workshop will take place over the course of two Tuesdays — November 5 and 12, 2019. Attendance at the introductory public speaking courses is not mandatory to attend this workshop; however, attendance at both sessions is required. Please make sure that you can attend both classes before committing.

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