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J-School student Jason Jaacks' ('14) master's thesis video was accepted into the Tribeca Film Institute Racontr Hackathon. There, he will explore ways to make the project interactive.
UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism hosted the event, "Prosecuting the Press," featuring James Risen, The New York Times national security reporter facing jail for refusing to comply with a subpoena to reveal his sources.
The UC Berkeley J-School was one of four teams highlighted recently at a hackathon at Yahoo!News in Sunnyvale for their innovative storytelling ideas.
The California Report
Pow Wow Songs Help to Unite California's Native Americans by Anne Hoffman - class of 2014
Understanding how business structures impact sustainability by Jeremy Rue - class of 2007
Is This the End of One of the World’s Harshest Abortion Laws? by Erica Hellerstein - class of 2014
From the fall of the Soviet Union to the Arab Spring to today's continuing conflicts, media have played a decisive role in political affairs across the globe—driving the revolutionary changes shaping today's new world. This is the first book presenting a comprehensive look at the emergence of media as a primary actor, and not merely an observer, of global affairs.
Please join Neal Conan in conversation with UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism professor, Ben Manilla.
This project explores how conservative women leaders negotiate the tension between traditional views of motherhood and their desire to engage politically.
Join Mother Jones co-editors Monika Bauerlein and Clara Jeffery for a discussion about magazine publishing and editing. They'll discuss the challenges of running a magazine, how they function as a co-editing team and what it's like being women at the helm of a political publication.
Michael Pollan and Russell Shorto will discuss Shorto’s new book, AMSTERDAM: A History of the World's Most Liberal City.
Winner of Online News Association's award for best individual student multimedia story on health disparities in Oakland neighborhoods.
Fearless, interactive documentary project on sexual harassment in India, successfully used the Kickstarter crowd funding platform to raise $5,575.
Univision-Fusion piece on Chile's neoconservative economic and political model, as outlined in the book, "El Otro Modelo."
For over 40 years Jschool Faculty member and Professor Ken Light has been focusing his camera and his eye on social issues facing America.