Wednesday, October 03, 2007

job @ usf: video reporting instructor

Video Reporting Instructor's Position at USF

The Journalism program, which is a minor in the Department of Media Studies at The University of San Francisco, is currently seeking an adjunct faculty member to teach Video Reporting spring semester 2008. This is an undergraduate course limited to 12 students combining lab and lecture. Our semester is 16 weeks long.

Professional experience is required. Teaching experience is preferred, as is an M.A. Instructor will be expected to introduce students to the various elements of reporting news for video broadcast, including: news judgment; professionalism and ethics; on-camera interviewing techniques; writing and editing broadcast copy; editing digital video; developing news sources and story ideas. Students are expected to have mastered the basics of field reporting, including the production of short news packages for Internet and for campus television.

Additional: Knowledge of Protools would be advantageous and knowledge of Final Cut would be highly advantageous.

Please send letter of interest, resume and example of video reporting syllabus by November 1, 2007 to:

Lydia Fedulow
University of San Francisco
Department of Media Studies
2130 Fulton Street
San Francisco, CA 94117

If you have any questions please email Journalism Director, J. Michael Robertson: robertson [ @ ]

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