Students will develop intermediate skills in video journalism and produce video and multimedia news stories about campus and community events and issues for publication on the Ka ‘Ohana website and other distribution platforms. Repeatable for up to 6 credits. (Crosslisted as CM 286.)
Credit for CM 120 or JOUR 120; or consent of instructor.
- Produce various news videos independently or in groups that meet professional journalistic standards and can be published on the Ka ‘Ohana website.
- Generate story ideas; research, gather and organize information; work collaboratively with editors and reporters; follow through on assignments; and meet deadlines.
- Develop basic knowledge and skills of digital video production including cinematography, sound and editing.
- Critically analyze news videos produced by the mass media.