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New Trends of Long-Format Storytelling in Spanish-Language Journalism
 

Fernando Gastón,VP of Production and Development at NBC Univision, will give a talk to the Spanish-language Journalism Master's students and all interested on new trends in long-format storytelling in Spanish-language news. The talk is part of an ongoing series where journalists and producers from outlets such as Univision and Telemundo give lectures, master classes and workshops to Spanish-language journalism graduate students on topics such as the digital revolution and its impact in journalism; new digital formats in news; and how to write a newscast. Lectures and workshops are in Spanish.

Monday, Feb. 6, 2017, at 6:30 p.m.
Telemundo Network, 700 S. Royal Poinciana Blvd, Miami Springs 33166

Love at First Glance: How Advertising Catches the Consumer



Advertising today is changing - Come hear how ads are evolving and why
 
More information: here
Wednesday, February 8, 2016 at 2 p.m.
BBC, Kopenhaver Center, AC2, Rm 252
Transparency, Trust and Engagement

In a world of fake news and alternative facts, how do journalists convince readers that the truth (and context) are important? Join ONA South Florida as we talk about transparency, trust in media and social engagement strategies that show our audience how we come up with the content they consume. We'll hear from Jaweed Kaleem, the race and justice reporter at the LA Times; Amy Sherman, a reporter for PolitiFact Florida and Samantha Ragland, a digital content strategist at the Palm Beach Post. You bring your best solutions and we'll bring the food.


This event is generously hosted by the FIU Department of Journalism + Media at the Biscayne Bay campus in North Miami. We'll be in the Mary Anne Wolfe Theater.
More Information: here

Monday February 13, 2017 at 7:00 p.m.
Biscayne Bay Campus, Mary Anne Wolfe Theater

SEA LEVEL RISE AND CIVIC TECHNOLOGY AT CODE FOR MIAMI

Dr. Susan Jacobson hosts a monthly discuss on sea level rise and civic technology at Code for Miami. Co-sponsored by Florida International University’s Sea Level Solutions Center (http://slsc.fiu.edu/) and  School of Communication and Journalism (https://scj.fiu.edu/), these monthly discussions are designed to begin a conversation between citizens, technologists and advocates about how public data, crowd-sourced information and technology may be harnessed to help South Florida mitigate the effects of, or adapt to the reality of, climate change. Please contact Dr. Susan Jacobson at susanjacobson@gmail.com if you have questions.   Free Pizza!
 
Monday, February 27, 2017 7pm-9pm
Cambridge Innovation Center, 6th Floor
1951 NW 7th Avenue, Miami

FREE, but please RSVP: https://www.meetup.com/Code-for-Miami/events/237402023/

 
The School of Communication + Journalism’s eyesontherise.org effort, along with the Department of Theatre, has joined forces with a variety of FIU communities to create a 90-minute theatre production in which incontrovertible truths of research will share the stage side-by-side with interpretative arts.

More information: here
Kopenhaver Center Conference:
“Women in Communication: Breaking the Barriers.”

 

The Lillian Lodge Kopenhaver Center for the Advancement of Women in Communication at Florida International University’s School of Communication, Architecture and the Arts to invites you to become a sponsor for the center’s Second Annual Conference, “Women in Communication: Breaking the Barriers.”

This national one-day conference on April 20, 2017, will bring together industry professionals and scholars from around the country to discuss and analyze a broad range of topics focused on the theme of “Breaking the Barriers – What do we go from here?”

Conference participants will explore the role of women in leadership positions in the fields of advertising, broadcasting, digital media, newspapers, public relations and magazines.


More information: here

 
Thursday, April 20, 2017
Biscayne Bay Campus
Wolfe Auditorium
CARTA@BBC is a bi-monthly newsletter showcasing CARTA events and activities at the Biscayne Bay Campus. It will be published every other Monday, beginning Jan. 19, 2017, and will go to all CARTA faculty, staff and students.

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