We have two digital events coming up at Columbia J-school I wanted to let you know about. More events info via @columbiajourn on Twitter: http://twitter.com/columbiajourn
One is the FREE annual Hearst Digital Media Lecture on Thursday night 6-9 pm, with TWO receptions! – with Amanda Cox, award-winning Graphics Editor at The New York Times, along with the awarding of the the Innovator Award by Mark Hansen, Director of the David and Helen Gurley Brown Institute for Media Innovation (Mark is new to the J-school and absolutely awesome – worth going just to see him in action!). Many of you know I ran this program for 10 years, before I moved from the J-school to the Provost's Office – hope you will try to attend and listen to Amanda. Lauren Mack <firstname.lastname@example.org> can answer any questions you might have. Details below.
The second event is my next social media workshop, on May 16 – run by the Continuing Education department and coordinated by Tatiana Rivera <email@example.com>.
@SREE'S SOCIAL MEDIA WORKSHOP – NYC IN-PERSON & ONLINE FROM ANYWHERE: Social Media One-night Stand – advanced social media workshop, Thursday, May 16, 2013 (includes two weeks of online coaching, taught w/ @wordwhacker & @travelogged). Details: http://bit.ly/cjsm2013b #cjsm – INTERMEDIATE and ADVANCED LEVELS. [Because of time-zone issues, many people who sign up miss the live session, but access the video recording and the online coaching.]
sample tweet] May 16 is Social Media One-night Stand, @Sree's @ColumbiaJourn advanced workshop you can take from anywhere: http://bit.ly/cjsm2013b #cjsm
The Hearst details are below. //sree//
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From: Lauren Mack <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Join us for the annual Hearst Digital Media Lecture by our Hearst New Media Professional in Residence, Amanda Cox, award-winning Graphics Editor at The New York Times. The Hearst Digital Media Lecture is an annual event about the state of digital journalism. The evening includes introductory remarks and presentation of the Innovator Award by Mark Hansen, Director of the David and Helen Gurley Brown Institute for Media Innovation.
The Hearst New Media Professional-in-Residence is appointed each academic year to participate in the educational activities of the school. The appointment has been made possible by a generous gift from the William Randolph Hearst Foundation. Recent professionals-in-residence have included: Krishna Bharat, founder of Google News; Steven Berlin Johnson, noted digital media expert and bestselling author; Kenneth Lerer, Huffington Post?s chairman and co-founder; Brian Storm, former lead multimedia producer, MSNBC.com; Adrian Holovaty, former editorial innovations editor, WashingtonPost.com, among others.
6:00 pm-7:00 pm: Reception – drinks and food
7:00 pm-8:00 pm: lecture, Q&A + presentation of the Innovator Award
8:00 pm-9:00 pm: Reception – drinks and food continues
No charge; all are welcome. RSVP here: http://fs8.formsite.com/cjdos/HearstRSVP/
NOTE: Free open, wi-fi available in the lecture hall for journalists, bloggers and others. We'll be using the #cjhearst hashtag.
SAMPLE TWEET: Thurs, 7p ET in-person & webcast – Amanda Cox – Hearst Lecture @ColumbiaJourn – #cjhearst #cjsm
Read/hear some of the previous Hearst New Media Lectures and learn more about the Hearst programs at Columbia: http://bit.ly/cjhearst
OUR THANKS TO THE HEARST FOUNDATION FOR ITS GENEROUS SUPPORT OF DIGITAL MEDIA EDUCATION AT THE COLUMBIA JOURNALISM SCHOOL
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