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Reporting meaningful stories with the latest digital tools can be confusing, even for the tech savvy journalist. Let us help.
Under the tutelage of Richard Koci-Hernandez, frequent kdmcBerkeley presenter and Assistant Professor at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, a small group of students enrolled in an eight week mobile reporting course last spring.
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In the future, technology will cast a scientific lens on storytelling. Good storytelling won’t be done merely by honing an intuitive art. David Pescovitz, the storyteller and ponderer of things to come, predicts that pervasive data collection will change all that.
“Not only are people starting to tell their own stories, but things are starting to tell their own ...
Burt Herman was a heralded foreign correspondent for The Associated Press. He spent a decade covering conflict, culture and business from far-off locations as disparate as Berlin and Uzbekistan.
Today, Herman applies the same dauntless sense of enterprise required to become a chief correspondent for one of the world's leading news agency to creating a wire service for the ...
Multimedia Storytelling Institute
Today we changed our Twitter handle to @kdmcBerkeley from @KDMCinfo. Here's why.
One Joplin Globe (Mo.) describes "how KDMC is improving the world of digital storytelling, and not just for the people who had the pleasure of making the trip to Berkeley."
A handful of Spain's best visual journalists explain the keys to tell expert multimedia stories.
Easy data mapping easy for beginners and powerful APIs for data journalists.
On the Monday after our June Multimedia Storytelling Institute, when you go back to your newsroom, this is what you'll be able to do.
Technology may change, but the need to tell stories does not. Richard Koci Hernandez spoke to KDMC workshop fellows about what remains during journalism's upheaval.
One month later: What we've changed and what we plan to do next.
KDMC at UC Berkeley is proud to announce the launch of freeDive, a simple way to make searchable databases for the web.
The Detroit Free Press' Eric Seals, along with a colleague, produced a powerful and touching story about a high school senior whose father was murdered by his uncle. The response from Free Press fans afterward was astonishing.
20 mid-career journalists from throughout the U.S. learn how to produce videos, build maps and other multimedia skills.
I used to earn a living by building up Twitter accounts, but these days, I seem to lose followers every time I tweet.
15 years ago, Paul Brandus helped launch MSNBC. Now, he makes his living by reporting in 140 characters or less.
News organizations and departments should look long and hard at their actual needs before opting for a CMS with out-sized complexity.
KDMC Alumnus Patrick Doyle wins the Knight-Risser Prize for Western Environmental Journalism.