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Smartphones – Smart Journalism


Recorded on October 4, 2012

Smartphones – Smart Journalism
Helping Journalists Report Faster and More Efficiently

This webinar will focus on helping reporters extend the capabilities of their smartphones through multimedia, editing, note-taking, location and live-streaming apps. In a mobile media world, it is important for journalists to be able to adapt to their surroundings, report faster and quickly add multimedia.

During the webinar we will explore some of the best apps on the market to help improve storytelling with photos, videos, audio and more.

Archive Viewing Fee: $35

Click here to view this webinar.  Please fill out the registration information at this link. If you participated in the live viewing, be sure to add in your discount code for free viewing. Once you complete the registration you will receive a link to view the archive.

The Presenter …

Val Hoeppner is director of education based at the Diversity Institute’s Nashville offices in the John Seigenthaler Center. She oversees multimedia and mobile media instruction for Freedom Forum New Media Training, the Chips Quinn Scholars program, the American Indian Journalism Institute, the Diversity Institute Multimedia Scholars Program and other academic initiatives. Hoeppner is an adjunct professor of journalism at Belmont University, Nashville. She is also an Associated Press Photo Managers board member and a member of the Native American Journalists Association. Hoeppner came to the Freedom Forum from The Indianapolis Star where she was the multimedia director and previously the deputy director of photography. She spent 10 years as the photo editor and a staff photographer at the Argus Leader in Sioux Falls, S.D. Hoeppner has a bachelor’s degree from Truman State University in Kirksville, Mo.