About Jane Stevens
STEVENS, JANE became director of online strategies at The World Company in Lawrence, KS, in June after completing a nine-month fellowship at the Reynolds Journalism Institute at the University of Missouri in Columbia. Prior to that, she was editorial director of Oceans Now, associate faculty at UC Berkeley’s Knight Digital Media Center, taught multimedia reporting at UC Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism and consulted with news organizations making the transition to a Webcentric world. She began metamorphosing into a jurno in 1996, when she was part of the first group of videojournalists at New York Times Television, and did multimedia reporting for the New York Times, Discovery Channel, and MSNBC.com. She’s worked for the Boston Globe and San Francisco Examiner as copy editor, assistant foreign/national editor, Sunday magazine writer, and science/technology reporter and columnist. She founded a syndicated science and technology feature service with 20 newspaper clients worldwide, including the Los Angeles Times, the Dallas Morning News, The Washington Post, and Asahi Shimbun's AERA Magazine. For four years, she lived and worked in Kenya and Indonesia. She's written for magazines, including National Geographic. She is director of the Violence Reporting Project, which encourages news organizations to take a solution-oriented approach to crime reporting. Contact: jstevens (at) ljworld (dot) com
- Occupation: Online Strategies Director
- Organization: Lawrence Journal World
- Location: AL
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Content on this site written by Jane Stevens (includes contributory writing):
- Flash Templates
Published Jan 9, 2008
- A tutorial on how to create and use templates for creating news projects using Adobe Flash. A general understanding of the basics of Flash is required for this instruction on ...
- Multimedia Storytelling
Published May 18, 2007
- Not all stories make good multimedia stories. The best multimedia stories are multi-dimensional. They include action for video, a process that can be illustrated with a graphic (e.g., "how tornadoes ...
- Flash Templates
(only presentations with slides or webcasts are listed)