Blog posts in "Events"
What can content marketers learn from journalists?
The June 10-21 Multimedia Institute is an intensive multi-platform training program designed to equip journalists, educators and other professionals with skills in visual storytelling, data visualization and social media.
Visual communications expert Alberto Cairo shares his slideshow presentation on the art of infographics.
Journalists, technologists and civic leaders talk trends and implications for the future of data journalism.
Alberto Cairo on the art of infographics and the ethical dilemmas that come with the field of data visualization.
Catherine Bracy of Code for America wants to bring 21st century technology and innovation to the public sector.
Data Symposium at kdmcBerkeley-transforming the way we tell stories with data. For data journalists, non-profits interested in new ideas for communicating information, and higher education professionals.
How can television and radio stations effectively adapt their content for the web, especially new mobile platforms? We can help.
Journalists, educators and media professionals can all benefit from video storytelling skills. We’re not talking Oscar-worthy filmmaking here. Just the ability to shoot, edit and present compelling video content. We can help.
Examples of interactive charts and maps - take-aways from the Data Visualization workshop in January 2013.
Some of the most compelling information about our world can be found in data. But just because you shape those numbers into a graph doesn't make it a story.
Social media marketing expert TJ Kelly has worked with some of the biggest clients in the world (eBay, HP, Charles Schwab). Here he shows journalists, educators and public affairs experts how to use the same strategies to engage their communities.
Check out the outstanding work of kdmcBerkeley's extended family.
Reporting meaningful stories with the latest digital tools can be confusing, even for the tech savvy journalist. Let us help.
Multimedia Storytelling Institute
ONA looks at where journalism is headed. KDMC supports and attends the conference to share what we know and to learn from industry leaders. KDMC will build many of the ideas we gather into upcoming workshops. Here's my list of key points that will get covered in our workshops. What would you add?
KDMC is proud to announce some of the
guest speakers for its’ 2010 Interactive Census Workshop that will take place
December 12-17 on the campus UC Berkeley. The workshop will emphasize four
different visual techniques or ways to show Census data:
1. Tell stories with interactive GIS maps.
Clean and prepare U.S. Census data.
Create beautiful and ...
Bill Dedman (Jan '08) published a second installment of his investigative report on the reclusive, 104-year-old heiress Huguette Clark and what's to come of her vast fortune.
Dedman, an investigative reporter for msnbc.com, first reported the story of Huguett, the mysterious heiress who has sequestered herself from the world for the past 50 years, as an annotated 47 ...
The Knight Digital Media Center will be at We Media Miami, March 9-11, 2009 - and we hope you will too. KDMC is a proud co-sponsor of this influential and inspiring conference for media game-changers, leaders, visionaries and investors. If you'd like to take part in the provocative discussions and presentations about innovations in journalism, we have an offer that ...
The Knight Digital Media Center in partnership with USC Annenberg School for Communication, the Center for Communication Leadership and the Online Journalism Review is accepting applications for its special News Entrepreneur Boot Camp to be held May 16-21, 2009, in Los Angeles.
Our partners down in Los Angeles at the USC Knight Digtial Media Center
are hosting a News Leadership 3.0 conference and they have Michele McLellan live blogging the sessions through the rest of this week.