Join Brian Storm for Storytelling Workshop at the University of Oregon

MediaStorm Executive Producer Brian Storm will visit the University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication on February 20th-22nd, 2014 as the 2014 Frazier Journalist-in-Residence. While in attendance Brian will lead workshops for students and participate in discussions with faculty in addition to a leading a public presentation: Multimedia Storytelling @ MediaStorm from 7:00-9:00 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 20th in the Ford Alumni Center Ballroom. Members of the public and campus community are invited to attend at no charge. To register for the public workshop e-mail SOJC Event Manager Erika Vogt at by February 15th, 2014.

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Brian Storm Speaking at SVA Public Lecture

MediaStorm founder and executive producer Brian Storm will be giving a free, public lecture on Multimedia Storytelling at the School of Visual Arts on March 26. Multimedia Storytelling at SVA Tuesday, March 26, 2013, 7pm – 9pm 209 East 23rd Street 3rd Floor New York, NY 10010 Free and open to the public See full event details. Event Description Brian Storm–founder of the award-winning production studio MediaStorm ( and previously director of multimedia for and vice president of news, multimedia, and assignment services for Corbis, New York–discusses how storytelling continues to evolve as a result of technological innovations and an expanding media universe. The digital age has given filmmakers, photographers, and photojournalists extraordinary and unprecedented new ways to tell stories, as well as a greater level of authorship. How can the long-form, in-depth visual storyteller satisfy both their journalistic and financial needs in this environment? Learn how to disseminate your work…

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kdmcBerkeley Fall 2012 Multimedia Storytelling Series Announced

The kdmcBerkeley Fall 2012 Multimedia Storytelling Series is open for registration. All workshops are led by UC Berkeley lecturers and staff, with presentations from award-winning faculty and industry leaders to give you the skills to distinguish you as an expert in digital media. This fall they will be offering four courses.Video StorytellingOctober 11-13, 2012 | Register Today Learn from master storytellers techniques for capturing the attention of your audience to create engaging videos. This intensive three-day workshop is an immersion in digital video storytelling, providing hands-on video training in every phase of planning, production and digital delivery. This workshop delivers the same world-class training the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism provides its graduate students.Social Media for Audience EngagementOctober 22-23, 2012 | Register Today Beyond expanding the pool of possible connections to near limitless possibilities, social media is reshaping how we communication, learn, entertain ourselves, participate in politics and public life, search…

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The Kalish Workshop now accepting applications

For anyone looking to advance their career in 2009: Okay here's the deal. And you don't have to read Brian's loooooooong commencement speech to get it. God have mercy. This year only, for $500 you get five days of intense instruction in visual storytelling from a faculty that includes Emmy winners Geri Migliecz and Brian Storm, as well as, visual editors who have worked on Pulitzer Prize winning projects, including Sue Morrow and Randy Cox. Other regulars on The Kalish faculty include Kenny Irby, John Rumbach, Mark Edelson and others. This year's workshop is sharply focused on multimedia storytelling and managing resources/visuals across platforms. The traditional Kalish values of ethical decision making in journalism and management remain. The workshop begins with a hands-on session in FinalCutPro, progresses through picture selection, multiple picture editing and news judgment, to multimedia and management. Take this opportunity to invest in yourself. It's a real deal. Email…

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