New toys, a new Q, and a new trailer for the upcoming James Bond movie, “Skyfall.” You always know whose side Bond is on, but what is Judi Dench up to as M?
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First Amendment Center President Ken Paulson and Senior Vice President Gene Policinski discuss the 2012 “State of the First Amendment” survey results.
I love time-lapse video. This one, put together by photographer Knate Myers from video taken from the International Space Station, will remind you — if you need reminding — just what a beautiful place our Earth can be.
The visuals are accompanied by music by John Murphy.
I’ll just let this Penn State student and alumnae speak for themselves as the Paterno statue came down Sunday.
But … “We’re still trying to figure this out.”
What part don’t they understand?
This may seem trivial, but it’s all about trivia. Maybe good for a discussion in my “History of Journalism: From Gutenberg to Zuckerberg” class this fall.
Filmmmaker Jeremiah Warren created this animated video that explores the trivia behind trivia.
The National Youth Correspondents for the 2012 Washington Journalism and Media Conference ended their time at the Mason Inn on George Mason University’s Fairfax campus, enjoying dinner, dancing and saying their goodbyes.
Sports journalists B.J. Koubaroulis of Synthesis Multimedia Productions, Andrew Phelps of Sirius-XM Fantasy Sports Radio, Sarah Kogod from the Washington Post, and Greg Wyshynski, Yahoo! Sports’ Puck Daddy, spoke to the National Youth Correspondents of the 2012 Washington Journalism and Media Conference at George Mason University about the different platforms for sports journalism and advice on how to utilize them.
If you want to cut to the chase in this clip from the 1991 movie, “The Paper,” with Michael Keaton, Randy Quaid, Robert Duvall, Glenn Close, Marisa Tomei and Jason Alexander — it’s a good cast — skip to about 1:30 on this video.
Journalism can be messy.
I can’t help it — I just love the “Sarah Palin Rap” video from “Saturday Night Live” back in the fall of 2004.
What a day for the National Youth Correspondents of the 2012 Washington Journalism and Media Conference, who visited the National Press Club! The day started with “Today Show” host Hoda Kotb, who always seems to hug more than her share of the students, followed by a panel discussion with Chuck Todd, Chris Cillizza, April Ryan and Dana Bash.
Tough to top that, but I’ll give it my best on July 11 at 7:30 p.m. in the Johnson Center at George Mason University in Fairfax when I talk about “Journalism for the Rest of Us.” Hope the room is packed!
If you’re a long-time reader of Sports Illustrated, you know the photojournalism of Neil Leifer. He visited the National Youth Correspondents at the 2012 Washington Journalism and Media Conference at George Mason University and shared some of his favorite photos and stories July 9.
Video is by GMU grad Nick Plum of Synthesis Multimedia.
Who better than Angie Goff, an anchor for NBC News4 Washington, to welcome the National Youth Correspondents to the 2012 Washington Journalism and Media Conference at George Mason University Sunday? Angie is an alumnae of the Mason Journalism program. You can follow her Web site and Twitter feed at #ogmygoff.
Check out the opening night video by yet another alumni of the GMU Journalism program, Nick Plum, for synthesismp.com.