Wednesday, November 17th


OKINAWA: Reports from Japan and America

Class of 2010’s Noah Buhayar, Ayako Mie and Tyler Sipe and class of 2011’s Diana Jou, Laurel Moorhead, Jake Schoneker, and Jun Stinson produced video stories in California, Hawaii and Okinawa for The Washington Post.  Their reports explore the lives and challenges of Okinawans and their descendants.
Join us for a reception, a screening of their reports, and a Q and A session at North Gate Library. The works are part of the Digital TV and the World special project’s experiment in multimedia, global reporting directed by Todd Carrel
The Washington Post has published Digital TV and the World reports since 2002. Journalists have traveled the world — from China to India, from Cambodia to Latin America — in search of stories that reveal the fabric of communities.   http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/photo/emergingvoices/index.html

Next year’s group will focus on Korea and Koreans in America.
The Center for Digital TV and the World, a project of the Tides Center, is supported by the Skirball Foundation, the Henry Luce Foundation, the Japan-United States Friendship Commission, the United States-Japan Foundation, ANA, the University of California, Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism, Center for Japanese Studies and Institute of East Asian Studies, and The East-West Center.


The Center for Digital TV and the World, a project of the Tides Center


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