Daniel Bruson’s contributions to the film A Valsa Do Pódio bring a more intimate view into Terezinha Guilhermina’s experience. The execution of the animation is so fitting, appropriately combining minimal design with a distinctive watercolor process – the result is incredible. – Joe Fuller A Valsa Do Pódio : 400m from Daniel Bruson on Vimeo. […]
This article is part of a series of posts with tips and tricks from our producers’ experience working with Adobe Premiere Pro after years of working in Final Cut Pro. To read more about why we made the switch, check out this post. Reader Filip Lein asks, “I would love to be able to make […]
Columbia Journalism School is looking to fill two open faculty positions: one in video/broadcast and another in radio/audio journalism. These are full time faculty positions with generous salary and benefits. Description Candidates should be pioneers and leaders who are able to demonstrate scholarly and/or professional accomplishments worthy of appointment t […]
Back in the 90s, as a graduate student in creative writing, I discovered the novels and short stories of Richard Yates. His masterpiece Revolutionary Road, which was the basis for the 2008 film starring Leonardo DiCaprio, depicts the stifled dreams of a suburban couple. Kurt Vonnegut called the book the greatest American novel since Fitzgerald’s […]
On Wednesday night, influencers in media and activism gathered at the Paley Center for Media to celebrate the first private screening of The Long Night. MediaStorm’s first feature-length film and the first project funded by the Alexia Foundation’s Women’s Initiative grant, The Long Night is a shining example of both organizations’ commitment to driving chang […]
For the first time in 5 years, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch has an opening for a staff photographer. The newspaper is looking for a high energy and entrepreneurial spirit to report their own stories, whether it’s in photo, video or something new. Deadline to apply is December 6th, 2013. Description and Qualifications This is a full-time […]
Can innovative interactive graphics come from Microsoft? Sure! Although we like to pick on Microsoft for lots of reason the still have some great products and have just released a new tool that integrates two of their best: Excel and Bing Maps. According to Bing Map’s blog post, the new tool called, GeoFlow allows user ...Continue Reading
Here are a few of the job postings found through out the interactive journalism industry. Developer & Programmer Positions News Developer PBS Newshour http://www.pbs.org/newshour/jobs/webdev.html Senior Front End Developer The Washington Post http://careers.washingtonpost.com/?q=content/senior-front-end-developer Mobile Developer The Washignton Post http […]
Photo via @macon44 By Jacqueline Kazil Editors Note: Jacqueline Kazil participated in the recent White House Hackathon and is a web application developer for CACI at the Library of Congress. She previously worked a dynamic application developer for The Washington Post. She resides in Washington, D.C and works primally in Django, Python, HTML, CSS and ...C […]
The international jury of the 52nd annual World Press Photo Contest have selected a black-and-white image by American photographer Anthony Suau as World Press Photo of the Year 2008. The picture shows an armed officer of the Cuyahoga County Sheriff’s...
"It’s rare for a day to go by in which the president of the United States is not seen in multiple newspaper and magazine photographs. The “clack” of shutters and the accompanying burst of light from camera flashes is part...
I case you missed last weeks announcement of Nikon’s new flagship DSLR, the full frame D3X, here a few of the important stats. FX-format CMOS image sensor with 24.5 effective megapixels. Low noise from ISO 100 to ISO 1600. Near-instantaneous...